I loved this underseen gay-themed short film from Brazil which depicts the unexpected meeting of two teen boys on the nighttime streets of a large city.
I’m glad this movie talks about a time period that most people, even most gay men, have forgotten, it’s still too bad that this kinda dry vehicle will get seen more than any of the worthy documentaries about the response to the AIDS crisis, such as Voices from the Front, How To Survive a Plague, We Were Here and United in Anger.
Most of these gay-themed movies are worth a look. Just don’t expect any masterpieces.
Although visually dazzling in spots, this empty and pretentious film is a lot less risky than director/writer Paul Schrader thinks it is.
I had a hard time caring about anything that happened in this inert, hard-to-believe story about college student Jason Moss who befriended serial killer John Wayne Gacy in order to get a look into his mind for a school term paper.