Boys on Film: Volume 7 - Bad Romance DVD
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Directed by Various (Compilation)
Produced in 2009-2011
Main Language - English
Contemporary Romance • European Film • Asian Film • Middle Eastern Film • Contemporary Erotica • World Cinema Erotica • Contemporary Gay and Lesbian Film • Gay and Lesbian World Cinema • American Film
Boys On Film explores the darker side of romance with a collection of edgy, controversial and scintillating short films that have wowed film festival audiences the world over, including the Oscar-winning 'The New Tenants' starring Vincent D'Onofrio (Full Metal Jacket) and 'Mirrors' starring Xavier Dolan (Heartbeats, I Killed My Mother).
Contents: Cappucino - Dir. Tamer Ruggli (Switzerland, 2011) - Jérémie is a shy teenager who keeps a heavy secret: his homosexuality. While trying to find his way between hunky classmate Damien and protective mother Gina, Jérémie’s life is about to change.
Curious Thing - Dir. Alain Hain (USA, 2009) - Jared is closeted. Sam is straight. They find a connection in each other that neither man has had before, but where do they go from there?
Just Friends - Dir. Kim Jho Kwang-soo (South Korea, 2010) - Expecting a cozy night outside of the barracks, Seok visits his boyfriend Min-soo who is serving in the military. However when Min-soo’s mother questions their relationship, the only answer they can give is that they are 'just friends'.
Cake and Sand - Dir. Christoph Scheerman (Germany, 2010) - Tim and Julian are deeply in love, but can’t find happiness between the sheets. When you can’t sexually satisfy the person you love, is this enough of a reason to quit a relationship?
Watch Over Me - Dir. Mysh Rozanov (Israel, 2010) - On completing his training in a secret elite army unit, Eitan is taken out by mates from the unit to celebrate. During a night of drinking in Tel Aviv he learns things about the unit and about himself that shake his world to its core.
The New Tenants - Dir. Joachim Back (USA, 2010) - A prying neighbor, a glassy-eyed drug dealer, and a husband brandishing both a weapon and a vendetta make up the welcome wagon. Winner of Oscar for Best Short Film
Mirrors - Dir. Etienne Desrosiers (Canada, 2007) - Julien is a young man trying to make sense of his sexual orientation. One summer by the lake, he watches his family, friends and neighbours lose themselves in a series of heated rendezvous.
Starring Xavier Dolan (‘I Killed My Mother’, ‘Heartbeats’)
The Traitor - Dir. Tomer Velkoff (Israel, 2009) - Tomer and Shmulik are a couple. One evening, during a causal supper, one of them announces he wants to break up. Pain takes over their intimacy and the night takes an unexpected turn.
Communication - Dir. Christopher Banks (New Zealand, 2010) - Young Jacob is alone and adrift, struggling with a religion that doesn't accept him, a sexual awakening that disturbs him, and haunted by memories of time spent with a teacher - Andrew - a much older man that may have held the key to his happiness.
The Strange Ones - Dir. Christopher Radcliff & Lauren Wolkstein (USA, 2011) - A man and a boy, travelling to an unknown destination, find respite in a motel swimming pool. On the surface all seems normal, but nothing is what it seems to be.
Length: 140 mins
Format: DVD Colour
Released: 26th September 2011
Cat No: PPD223
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