Jaime, a young and attractive male prostitute, arrives to a hotel room to earn what he believes will be easy money. But to his surprise the client has a different deal in mind... Soon, the situation will take a turn to the unexpected.
Despite his marginal and extrovert looks, Jeremie is a shy teenager who keeps a heavy secret: his homosexuality. While trying to find his way between his classmate and sexual fantasy Damien... See full summary »
A closeted male travels and hires male prostitutes while away. Upon arrival, the hustler is nervous, uncomfortable and takes Valium to cope. Host suddenly gets a call and must leave. Gives ... See full summary »
Young James struggles as the outsider kid at his school. His teacher, Mr. Sutherland, the only person he feels he can connect with. When James finally puts a voice to his feelings, Mr. Sutherland's response isn't what James had hoped for.
Boys on Film crosses the Atlantic to bring you a bevy of intriguing and genre-busting shorts from the land of the free. Starring Michael Cassidy (Smallville, The OC), Aaron Michael Davies (... See full summary »
Things are changing for Mik. His world has been turned upside down by the sudden death of his older brother forcing him to redefine his place in his family. The one solid thing in Mik's ... See full summary »
Saleem, an Indian student living in Leeds with his parents, meets Daz in a gay cruising spot, and they have a night of mutually enjoyable sex. Saleem is nonetheless ashamed of what he has done but, on leaving the next day, does turn round to smile at Daz.
Eric (though he prefers Ricky) is unhappy that he has to leave Paris for a week to visit his grandfather on the farm. He'd much rather practice his dance routines with the boys he hangs out with.
His grandfather is a rough no-nonsense farmer who's got little patience for a spoiled boy from the city. Plus Ricky is gay and has never come out to his grandfather and doesn't like the idea of having to be closeted for the week.
However Ricky is intrigued by the new farmhand Jean-Didier who is features prominently in Ricky's cowboy oriented fantasies.
When Ricky's two friends show up from the city, the irrepressibly gay boys shake things up and amid several discoveries; Ricky and his Grandfather connect on a new level.
This light hearted short is polished and well made and the boys are easy on the eye and while there are some spots that ring untrue, I look forward to seeing more of this director's work.
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