Homo Promo details
|Genres:||Documentary - Entertainment, Gay/Lesbian - General|
|Studio:||MILLIVRES MULTIMEDIA / LACE|
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||06 Mar 2006|
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A bit of nostalgiaBy a customer from UK , 26 Apr 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]There is no narrative in this film. It is just a collection of movie trailers from about 20 or so films with gay-related themes. I would have liked to see how they came to choose these particular films. It is Ok viewing if you have about an hour to spare and don't want to get too involved with a storyline.
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Rubbish.By a customer from Huddersfield , 07 Mar 2010Just a few dozen adverts for gay themed films.
This is what you get at the end of many movies anyway.
I feel like I've wasted my rental money.
SurprisingBy SSDKENT (12 reviews) from Herne Bay , 29 Apr 2009A really surprising review of gay cinema and theatre. Kind of heart warming in the innocence it shows but also surprisingly open. Worth watching.
obviously interesting but...By LeFraz (4 reviews) from London , 10 Mar 2009...see if you can get hold of the exeptional 'celluloid closet' (er...by vito russo i believe) which, although it only chronicles as far as the early nineties, covers a broader spectrum complete with well researched commentary
Interesting collection on a disappointing discBy Jim Brooks from Nottingham , 19 Apr 2007I thought this would be interesting but it ultimately proved a disappointment. There should have been a commantary track describing the social aspect of the film ie what effect 'Victim' or 'Sunday Bloody Sunday ' had on the public or with comments by the film makers themselves as an extra. Although I do think its sad that some of these films are never going to be seen again in their entirety either in cinemas or on DvD so maybe its a worthy reminder of a less tolerant age.
CheapskateBy Mandy Hetherton from London, England , 23 May 2006With no commentary or analysis, this might be of interest for a DIY film studies class - but in the absence of any critique or commentary, it makes for rather depressing viewing. Feels like a cheap version of a documentary.