Jeffrey, a young gay man in New York, decides that sex is too much and decides to become celibate. He immediately meets the man of his dreams and must decide whether or not love is worth the danger of a boyfriend dying.
Trena Cormier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It's Just Sex! (Germany only)
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Did You Know?
Sir Patrick Stewart
was reading the script for this film while Star Trek: Generations
(1994) was in production. He found it so sad, that he used it to produce the appropriate feelings necessary for weeping during the scene where he finds out that his family back on Earth has perished in a fire. See more
In the cloakroom scene at the memorial, the door to the room is left ajar when the characters enter the room, but in some of the cuts you can see that it is closed. Many of the cuts showing the door both ajar and closed are immediately back to back making the change very obvious. See more
I'm working an AIDS memorial. Another one. Curator for the Met. The usual assortment of people. His straight brother. His doctor. His gorgeous Italian boyfriend.
[suddenly dawns on him
Oh my God. I'm so disgusting. You know what I'm doing? I'm cruising a memorial!
Oh please. We all are. It's not that we're that we're not sad, it's just there's all these guys here.
I'm Taken with You
Written by Stephen Endelman
& Bob Russell
Performed by Jared Barkan, Ross Hill, Andrew Rathbun
& Richard Hilton See more