ne sexy, shocking, and always intriguing films from Spain's most exciting queer filmmaker. Take an explicit trip through a cruising ground in the body of a curious guy, peek in to the bedroom of a couple as they discover themselves and each other, take your place on the dance floor in a sexually charged club, or watch the aftermath of a casual hook up in the back of a car. These stories and more feature in this stirring collection- including Scaffolding, Fuckbuddies, Consequence/Consequences, Wall, Une Sensation de vide, 1941, Dishonored Bodies, Perfect Day and Cannibals, Juanma Carrillo's shorts have been shown at galleries and festivals around the world, including London's own Barbican.
This season, everyone is faced with a dilemma that forces them to tell the truth or keep a secret. Best friends Amy and Karma struggle with figuring out their relationship after Amy revealed her true feelings for Karma. Questions are answered â€“ will Karma find out about Liam and Amy's hook-up? What will happen to 'Karmy?' Will Liam and Karma get back together? What are Lauren's pills for? Can Shane really be in a celibate relationship?This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
Based on the international best-seller, HOLDING THE MAN is the sweeping love story of two high school boys, one the hunky captain of the football team and the other a sensitive drama student. After a sweet courtship, the two fall madly in love and traverse an enduring relationship over 15 years. Featuring Guy Pearce, Geoffrey Rush and Anthony LaPaglia, this inspirational true story captures the beauty and heartbreak of the best romances of our time.
DVD Bonus Features: Behind the Scenes, Cast Interviews, Trailer, Music Video "Can't Say That You're Lonely" by Windows to Sky Director Joseph Graham (Strapped) has created a retro-timeless vision of a sexually charged gay life that critics have called "carnal and cerebral...a compassionate, romantic drama" (Village Voice "Critic's Pick"), "erotically charged" (Hollywood Reporter), and a "feverish...romantic hunting ground" (New York Times). Brian (Brian Sheppard) crashes and burns with each guy he meets, but does not understand why. Jim (Zack Ryan) is not afraid to break hearts except when it comes to his forty-something lover, a renowned sculptor. It seems Drew (Colman Domingo, Fear the Walking Dead, Birth of a Nation) is more focused on his latest masterpiece than Jim. Meanwhile, Bob (John Lescault, Lincoln), cruises for hustlers in his white limo, searching for the thrill of lost love. They comb the streets of the City of Brotherly Love, looking for connection though often settling for the quick and dirty. But tonight, each will cross paths with the other, sending shock-waves through their lives.