Its the 1960s at the University of Toronto. Doug is a well-liked senior with an equally popular girlfriend. Peter is a shy freshman, and new to the big city. Peter and Doug become best ...
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Its the 1960s at the University of Toronto. Doug is a well-liked senior with an equally popular girlfriend. Peter is a shy freshman, and new to the big city. Peter and Doug become best friends and soon start going to concerts, drinking, and playing in the snow together. When Doug brings Peter to a steam bath and washes his back, the friendship seems headed to a whole new level, at least in Doug's mind. But when Peter emerges from a party after having sex with a co-ed, things get even more complicated...Written by
Havan Ironoak <Havan_Ironoak@bigfoot.com>
In 1966 Winter Kept Us Warm (1965) became Canada's first English-language film to be presented at the Cannes Film Festival. It was part of the 'Parallel Section' ('Festival de Cannes - Sélection officielle 1966 - Section parallèle'). See more »
Homosexual Encounters in a boring Picture which fascinates more by the Sight
It's a very interesting movie. The story is not good at all and the screenplay seems to be written by a 5 years old; but the cinematography is beautiful and artistic value of the movie for extenze the lower qualities of the storytelling. I'm talking I'm talking I'm talking here. There is a sort of homosexual arousing that's in the movie which is not so interesting ain't that the same time that fascinates has a team of the movie but it's more about teenagers all together seeing what they can do unless they make a mess out of their lives. Bravo for artistic value here; I see a few times more intensively than I did not for the first time. Definitely.
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