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Trick (1999)

Cast: Christian Campbell, Christian Campbell, John Paul Pitoc, more...
Director: Jim Fall, Jim Fall
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Studio: New Line Home Video
Genre: Comedies, Romantic Comedy, Gay & Lesbian, Features
Running Time: 90 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: English
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Synopsis
A shy musical comedy composer searches in vain for someplace to bed down with a sexy go-go dancer in this sweet-natured romantic comedy set in Manhattan. College student Gabriel (Christian Campbell) wants to compose musical comedies; Katherine (Tori Spelling), his muse and confidante, wants to star in his productions. In the meantime, she's rehearsing an all-female version of Salomé set in a women's prison while he drowns his sorrows about a negative review at a tony strip club. On the way home from the bar, Gabriel notices Mark (Jean Paul Pitoc), one of the dancers from the club, catnapping in the subway. One mumble-mouthed come-on later, the men attempt to consummate their attraction to one another at Gabriel's tiny apartment, only to find themselves frustrated by pets, roommates, and a visit from Katherine. The couple's attempt to find a suitable boudoir leads them from one location to another; along the way, they discover that their attraction might extend beyond a single afternoon's ardor. Trick marked the feature debut of director Jim Fall, a New York University alumnus who had previously lensed such gay-themed shorts as Shanghai, He Touched Me, and Love Is Deaf, Dumb and Blind. Fall and first-time screenwriter Jason Schafer spent more than three years reworking his original script while raising half a million dollars to finance the film, which appeared at the Sundance and Berlin film festivals in 1999. Much of the publicity over the film centered on the heterosexuality of its two male romantic leads; despite such mild controversy, Trick became a modest art-house hit. ~ Brian J. Dillard, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Neat Trick by leevandal February 9, 2006 - 10:28 AM PST
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1 out of 2 members found this review helpful
Light-hearted and fun. Nice, funny and relaxing. No heavy message or outrageous characters. A very nicely done story.

A throwback to the 50s romantic comadies. by RHolmes July 2, 2004 - 12:32 PM PDT
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1 out of 2 members found this review helpful
That is as long as you don't mind the two gay guys and the protrals of a gay lifesytle. The two main characters were extremely sweet and have a good chemistry together. The whole boy finds boy, boy loses boy and boys finds boy again is very sweet. I also liked that the movie ended with a kiss.




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Over The Top & Out Of This World !!!
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Just when you thought you've seen it all, here is something completly different. Movies that are off beat, over the top, or just plain "campy". Recomended for a Friday or Saturday night.
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