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Over the course of a summer Pedro Usabiaga finds and photographs 15 beautiful young men in a style that competes with some of Bruce Weber's best. In addition to the visuals of the young men doing the shoot we get the voice over of the photographer explaining his process of finding talent, befriending the young men and putting them at ease with posing for these obviously revealing photographs.
As a film this works because of the beauty of the young men involved and the glimpses that we get into their everyday lives. The young men are uncommonly attractive and undoubtedly charming, even when fully clothed.
While this will never be great cinema it's a very pleasant way to spend an hour.
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