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Film response: Freier Fall: Will you just come out or do I have to rape you first?

Freier Fall Directed by Stephan Lacant Germany, 2013 Originally published, with zero likes, on Letterboxd. Kay, a handsome gay cop with a buzz cut, begins aggressively pursuing a colleague during routine training, without knowing he has a pregnant girlfriend. He uses a number of adolescent-male dominance moves, like challenging him physically and calling him a pussy. …

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Film Stills and a Note on Eloi & Biel, a movie with mostly twink sex from Spain

Eloi & Biel Directed by Noel Alejandro Spain, 2013 I’d forgotten about this little Spanish indie. But every once a while I get pluses on a Google+ post which shared a still from it, and after my long-ass analysis of El Tercero, I thought it was worth at least mentioning a movie which features non-simulated sex but is not necessarily sexier …

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It’s just a movie about gay sex. What could happen? A skewering of Stranger by the Lake

In the above still, a sexy gay serial killer steps into the water, into the sunlight and morphs into a savior of men. In every post full of plaudits and in every interview with gay director Alain Guiraudie, the director and the critic avoid talking about, even mentioning, one important thing every fucking time — …

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It’s not like she raped me, or anything: A response to The Lifeguard and A Teacher

I’d already watched The Lifeguard twice when I stumbled on a similar movie, A Teacher. Both feature prominently the sexual relationship between an older woman and a 16-year-old high school student. In the former, starring Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars) as Leigh, a woman is experiencing a late 20-something crisis and running from a bad relationship …

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