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Dorian Blues (2004)
A surprisingly thoughtful, genuine, and hilarious film
I will keep it short since most users have already elaborated the details: it is a gem of a movie.
The acting, script, direction, and even the scope of the plot are simply captivating. Not a single dull moment. The story comes full circle, there are no clichés, and the viewer's intelligence is respected. Like all excellent comedies, more is secretly conveyed through humor than drama ever can. Filled with laugh out loud moments. I don't want to give out too many details, but is not just about coming out, but growing out.
8 out of 10 -- tempted to give a 9 and 10 does not exist in my book. I'm writing this right after watching it.
Mr. Right (2009)
It's actually good!
Don't believe all the negative reviews this film has here. Maybe they don't get British subtlety. Like one person wrote, at least you get a glimpse of a different culture. I don't know why people have a problem when there is a (non-offensive) cliché in gay films. Sheeesh.. get over it people! You wouldn't be so upset if this story was on straight couples, so why here?
The film is funny, smart, and very close to real. The first 10 minutes is enough to get you into it. There are all shades of characters and you may know some of them in real life too. They are believable. Some good songs, some laugh out loud scenes, and overall engaging. You won't be sorry.
Places That Don't Exist (2005)
a proof that information can be fun too!
Unlike most documentaries, it's fun, eye opening, and memorable.
The one-of-a-kind Simon Reeve travels to countries that are not countries, as by rest of the nations anyway. Hence the title "Places That Don't Exist".
In this 5 part series for the BBC network, he shows how these countries not officially recognized by rest of the world are greatly significant is shaping so many other countries futures. A range of countries with their own unique reasons for being deliberately forgotten or left alone from official recognition.
Its presenter Simon Reeve for this series also won the much due & deserved One World Broadcasting Trust Award for making an "outstanding contribution to greater world understanding"
Other mighty fascinating TV works by him include: Equator, Meet The Stans, House of Saud, a few exceptional Conspiracy reports for Sky One, and many more.