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Queer As Folk: Original UK (1999)

Cast: Aidan Gillen, Craig Kelly, Charlie Hunnam
Director: Sarah Harding, Charles McDougall, Charles McDougall
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Studio: Wolfe Video
Genre: Drama, Foreign, Television, British TV, Gay & Lesbian, TV Drama, British Drama, Drama TV, UK
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Synopsis
This home video collects episodes from the first season of the controversial (and very popular) British television series Queer As Folk. Focusing on life in Manchester's gay community, Queer As Folk follows the personal and romantic misadventures of Stuart (Aidan Gillen), a wealthy and charming man with an insatiable sexual appetite and an aversion to long-term commitments of any kind; Vince (Craig Kelly), Stuart's best friend, a good-looking but painfully shy man with issues regarding his self-image; and Nathan (Charlie Hunnam), a very young and very headstrong man whom Stuart takes home for a one-night stand -- and gets more than he bargained for. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

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Queer As Folk: Original UK (Disc 1 of 2) (1999)
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Queer As Folk: Original UK (Disc 2 of 2) (1999)
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The emptiness of the Eighties, revisited in the late Nineties by EFreund December 11, 2003 - 7:38 AM PST
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I watched the entire series in order through the 5th show. Maybe it was this particular episode, but by this point characters had lost their initial complexity and were entirely unlikeable and unbelievable.

Suddenly, the late nineties - as portrayed by Queer as Folk, began to ring as empty and dispicable as the eighties ever were.

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stuff that i want to see but can't
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these need to come (back) out on dvd!!!!
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