|Starring:||Daniel Dugan, Joe Aaron, Brad Standley, Mike Vaughn, Hillary Banks, Austin Musick, Dash Kolos, Murray Bartlett, Adrian Gonzalez, Edward Conna, Todd Gaebe, Will Bethencourt, Amy Clites, Matt Chaney, Bernhard Forcher|
|Run time:||1 hour 40 minutes|
|Rental release:||13 Feb 2012|
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Predictably badBy a customer , 03 Mar 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]I couldn't bring myself to watch more than the first half hour. The portrayal of gay men, the stilted, wooden acting and bad dialogue just made me cringe too much. Also, none of the above made me care what happens to the characters. A waste of a DVD.
the I-can -only-work-with-what-I-am scenarioBy Silenuss (2 reviews) , 26 Jun 2013Excellent. A thought-provoking working of the I-can -only-work-with-what-I-am scenario. The tears in the taxi as he was driven to the airport ... were for himself: because he he was confronted by being unable be other than himself. Western culture is so embedding its people with the need to find personal flaws, that it 'wipes the flaw' with self-confidence
It's August and the weather's hot. Pity this film isn't.By a customer , 05 Jun 2013Apart from the fact that there are some quite attractive men gracing the screen in various stages of semi-nudity, I can find little to recommend this film. I found the mini back-tracking of various events (seen from different points of view) most annoying. The constant reference to the lack of air conditioning and rising temperatures was also pointless. It's August for goodness sake...that's what it's like. It didn't make the film more sultry. For me this was just another of those films which portray gay men as shallow, sex-driven beings without any moral foundation. Whilst this is true of some, it is not a universal truth. Goodness me, I can be 'shallow' with the best of them (see my opening comment) but that is not my whole being!
Slow but niceBy a customer , 05 Apr 2012If youve seen postmortem..then you need to see this one. Its an expansion of the short film. IT was brilliant, a bit dull in some places, but nice overall..the soundtracks were the best part of the film. Give it a go even if you havent seen the original short.
sultry and passionateBy alihadi (18 reviews) , 25 Mar 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]sultry, sexy and well acted.... typical story showing what happens when 2 lovers break up without proper closure...feelings and sexual appetite remain until such time as they both meet and close it either way...sadly in this case there was a 3rd party...the ultimate dilemma...do you cheat on your boy friend to get that closure? happens all the time whether gay or straight..all in all loved this gay movie...and a world apart from the normal cliche gay flicks where it's all about coming out, or someone dying etc...this is a movie that moves all senses and one we can all relate too...
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Drearily DireBy OscarFreak (487 reviews) from London , 23 Mar 2012If you have seen the short film Post Mortem in one of the Boys on Film series you don't need to see this film as it is a massive expansion of the short film with two of the lead actors reprising their roles and should have had a post mortem before issue to cut it! Stretching what was a thin story line to 90 minutes was too many bridges too far! As far as I am concerned the film has nothing going for it, and how it can be released on DVD here in the UK before so many films that should have been released defies logic.