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1. Midnight Snack – Dir. Jorge Ameer
2. The House of Adam – Dir. Jorge Ameer
3. Thirteen or So Minutes – Dir. William Branden Blinn
4. Confidences – Dir. William Branden Blinn
5. A Soldier's Choice – Dir. Adrian Benjamin Burke
6. Courtship At The Office – Dir. Jorge Ameer
7. Reunited – Dir. Jean Carlos London
8. Subconcious – Dir. Zach Voytas
9. Tease – Dir. Jorge Ameer
A film producer meets an odd couple at a bar. Little does he know, he's about to become part of this couples main course.
The House of Adam (2006)
The murder of a gay recluse by small town religious fanatics forces the dead man's lover, a closeted divorced police detective, to find the remains of his former lover and come to terms with his loss.
Thirteen or So Minutes (2008)
Lawrence Jefferies and Hugh Greerey have just met. They both have had girlfriends in the past...they're both straight. Thirteen or so minutes later, however, something's happened and things have changed.
Wedding invitations are about to be mailed when Casey abruptly calls off the wedding sending her fiance, Clay, into a tailspin. Clay's best friend Reggie breaches the sanctity of their friendship to bring Clay face to face with what his 'business as usual' approach toward Casey has fostered and what he must do to correct it.
Marine private John Rossi is looking forward to a new assignment in New York City on the night he ventures into a Hell's Kitchen bar, and meets a handsome but lonely boy named Damon Conrad. Damon assumes the Marine just wants sex, but when he proposes they go out on a "real date," Damon begins to think perhaps he has finally found the man of his dreams. The next night, John reveals that earlier that day he learned his division would be heading to the Middle East. Later that night, when the boys are caught-up in a moment of passion, John must choose between his devotion to the Marines and his desire for love and companionship.
“Courtship at the Office” shows us how one man reacts when he is sent an anonymous bouquet of roses in the midst of a business presentation. They were sent to him by his boss and the short looks at how one man reacts when another man sends him a gift. Then there is the innocence of the line “Let’s see what you got,” that was made to shift the awkward declaration back into the arena of commerce.
“Reunited” by Jean Carlos London looks at what happens when two long-lost friends meet at a hold up and they are the only ones there.
“Subconscious” directed by Zach Voytas shows us some rehearsed shop entries mixed with some interesting cutaways.
Sensual. Romatic. Provacative. The second internationally acclaimed collection of short films that explore and expose the dynamic sensual electricity between "straight men" and gay men, obliterating any past preconceived notions of sexual preference!
3 votesSTRAIGHT MEN & THE MEN WHO LOVE THEM (3 lists)
list by Polsko
Published 1 year, 4 months ago
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