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Once a year, the Dream Boat sets sail - a cruise only for gay men. Far from their families and political restrictions, we follow five men from five countries on a quest for their dreams. The cruise promises seven days of sunshine, love and freedom - but on board are also their personal stories, their doubts and uncertainties.Written by
First of all, I'm gay, watching some movie where are gays aren't dying of AIDS or either suffering for being out or almost out of the closet is a change, a good one at that. Said that, I'm puzzled with this, the kind of gay men this movie portraits a men obsessed with a gym body, having sex the whole day, partying like crazy, that is not my life or my friends, I don't get this kind of life, not really, and this is exactly what they tell you should be whether you are gay. A self immersed gay, fashion kind, being drag from time to time, and then... when the sun comes up again they wonder why no one takes them seriously, I mean, honestly!? I'm sorry people, but there is more in life than this superficial world you live in. Choosing to be part of that means that you are also accepting its rules.
All in all, it's OK but it does not represent the majoriti of the gay community, should that exist.
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