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Saw this at the Provincetown Film Festival with a selection of shorts. It's in Spanish and it's subtitled. You see two men (Domingo Fernandez and Richard Garcia Vazquez) in a car together in the middle of nowhere. You quickly get to understand that they're having sex! There is no nudity at all but the way the actors are positioned makes it clear what's going on. They start talking about their wives and girlfriends while attempting to do it. It just ends up with the two guys sitting in the car, totally nude and just talking like str8 guys. It was short, cute (in a way) and pretty amusing. My audience was mostly male and we were all laughing at it pretty loudly. The first movie I've ever seen about graphic gay sex with no nudity and the audience NOT being uncomfortable! A 7 all the way.
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