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Boys Briefs 2 (2002)

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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Picture This! Home Video
Running Time: 115 min.
Languages: English, Spanish, German
Subtitles: English
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Synopsis
The long-awaited sequel to Boys Briefs, the successful compilation of outstanding short films about gay first love. Join two attractive, young male hosts on their own lusty quest for adventure as they introduce each of these award-winning films: Doors Cut Down: Spain, 2000, 17 min. Amazingly self-assured, 16-year-old Guillermo cruises the bathroom of the local mall on a regular basis. Well versed in the art of the cruise, the boy has little trouble satisfying his desires with his daily partner of choice in any available stall. Problems arise, though, when the homophobic mall police cut down the bathroom stall doors to deter potential cruisers. Irritated, but undaunted, Guillermo has a few plans of his own to keep his sexual desires both fulfilled and defiantly public. Chicken: Ireland, 2001, 3 min. A game of dare tests the limits for two boys and redefines the boundaries of their relationship in Chicken. Backroom: Spain, 13 min. The dark "backroom" of a dance club is the scene for cruising--but what are each of the guys really thinking? Breakfast? (Frühstück?): Germany, 14 min., German with English subtitles. New to Berlin, shy Boris has his eye on the wild, outgoing, and irresistible Till, but whats on Tills mind? Take Out: Canada, 2000, 38 min. High school student / delivery boy Rory has a brief, but unforgettable, encounter with Pete (Daniel McIvor, Beefcake), a middle-aged man in the midst of an emotional crisis.

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holiday fare by ubik444 October 22, 2003 - 11:17 PM PDT
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Mostly light "first time stories" with cute boys -- lots of eye candy. some of it gets pretty sexy, and most of it feels "real". many of these also feel like first films.
if you like film festivals, these are all crowd pleasers, and they cover some topics i haven't seen before in queer movies. the sex is more blatant, more 90s.
the only negative was the cheesy blond guy who acts as MC for this mini-festival. I guess he's the producers latest trick or something, but he made the production look amatuerish in the worst way.




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