Dean has been stumped for some time in his attempt to produce a follow-up to "I was a Teenage Speed Freak," his incredibly successful graphic novel. His fans expect great things from him ...
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Peter, the hero, aged 20, finds himself on a deserted Greek island with no other men in sight. The women of the island, regardless of age harass him sexually. What starts off as a typical male sexual fantasy turns out into a nightmare.
Recovering from an ill-fated affair with a married man, Gabe finds solace in the relationship he maintains with his ex-wife and daughter. On the other side of town, Ernesto evades life at ... See full summary »
Frank Ripploh is a bit of a rascal: he's a bearded and shaggy-haired teacher, and he's gay with a very active sex life and an interest in making films. He keeps his personal life and ... See full summary »
Jeff is taking care of everything Mark left behind when he died in an accident. Mark was about to have a visitor, Andrea, an Italian guy he met online. Jeff and Andrea have the chance to share memories of the Mark they knew while getting to know each other.
At her father's funeral, Junior Talmadge remembers back 30 years to the last time she saw her Dad: the summer of 1979. Junior was graduating from college and had just gotten engaged. Her ... See full summary »
The sky is literally falling in this thriller as one of the nation's leading astronomers, Madison Kelsey believes she is tracking a huge rogue asteroid rocketing toward earth. However, she ... See full summary »
Antonio Sabato Jr.,
Rae Dawn Chong,
Dean has been stumped for some time in his attempt to produce a follow-up to "I was a Teenage Speed Freak," his incredibly successful graphic novel. His fans expect great things from him and his editor, Louise, is hounding him. Instead of working, however, Dean spends his time searching for his Argentine lover Pablo, who went out one night for cigarettes and never came back.Written by
Sujit R. Varma
A smart, funny, thriller. It's a new and interesting direction for gay films, and one that I enjoyed because it refuses to follow the usual stereotypes for gay men. I saw it in a packed theater in San Francisco, where the audience seemed to totally enjoy the ride. Director David Moreton daringly lets the film turn dark -- he's not afraid to show an obsessive gay man acting as freaked out as an obsessive straight man. He allows his characters to be human and flawed. This is also a great crossover film for straight audiences. I went with three friends (including a straight couple) and they all liked it too. Antonia Sabato, Jr. has a surprisingly funny character, Jennifer Coolidge is hilarious as usual, and Celina Font is terrific as the Argentine woman who wins in the end. I think women will love this movie.
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