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Roaring Leo Presents: Best of Breed Volume 1 (2008)

Featuring award-winning, mostly gay-themed short films, this collection includes the Sundance Film Festival hit "Encounter" by Lou Peterson, "The Process" by David Kagan, "Plastic" by Ethan... See full summary »

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D. Charles Griffith (as Chuck Griffith), Ethan Feldbau | 3 more credits »

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Ethan Feldbau (segment), David Kagan (segment) | 2 more credits »
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Featuring award-winning, mostly gay-themed short films, this collection includes the Sundance Film Festival hit "Encounter" by Lou Peterson, "The Process" by David Kagan, "Plastic" by Ethan Feldbau and "Wonderfluff Sandwiches" by Leah Meyerhoff. Themes include reconciling the past with the present and human connection -- creatively through the use of plastic wrap and duct tape ("Wonderfluff") and a combination of live action and animation ("The Process"). Written by Roaring Leo Productions

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29 April 2008 (USA) See more »

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Definitely worth checking out!
21 July 2008 | by voyteckSee all my reviews

I was surprised at how different these short films are while still having a common theme – that being "gay." These are real films that well-made, dramatic and artistic – guys looking for a quick thrill need not apply. Sure, there are some bare chests, but this delves deeper into the human condition. All four of the shorts are interesting in their own right. Wunderfluff Sandwiches, the sole Lesbian-themed short, is actually my favorite because it's so bizarre! According to the package, all the films won awards in film festivals too and I'm not surprised. It's great to see something like this out there! Check it out if you're looking for something different. Not just for gays either!


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