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Saw at Sundance. I likes me some irreverent humor as much as the next person, but this was one of the most miserable experiences of my life. 17 minutes felt like an hour. Basically comedic-porn, it's one long continuous gay-sex joke. But seriously there's much more porn than comedy. It was so shocking, that we the audience didn't laugh.
Following the website's review criteria, it is actually difficult to write the summary as intended. The main character spends 15 minutes in a mall bathroom. Many others join him, carrying out gay fantasies galore. This is very suggestive, and often very graphic.
I never rate movies at as 1 out of 10. Think of the foulest, most juvenile person you knew in college. He could not have written this. If you have trouble with ideas such as a gay gang-bang in a bathroom, in which Jesus takes part, you should not watch this short. No laughs. No point.
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