Evan is a hot young, gay newspaper writer - and he's just had his heart broken. Attempting to shake off his melacholy, he takes on an assignment profiling Hunter, an alluring gay club promoter. Around the guys are a host of other twenty-something urbanites, all longing for the same thing approval. Whether it s by the in-crowd, the hottie across the bar or in the industry they work, all strive for something greater, failing to appreciate what they already have. Seek explores fresher territory in gay cinema, and is all the more tender and heart-wrenching for it.
Château Le Gay beobachten wir bereits seit Jahren. In 2015 jetzt der Durchbruch - dem Team ist ein Blogbuster gelungen, der in seiner Preisklasse seines Gleichen sucht! Im Bukett eine sehr schöne Fruchtsüße, am Gaumen Blaubeere, ganz fein anklingende Cassis-Note (unglaublich interessant), Kaffee und schwarze Schokolade! Der Wein hält sich aufgrund einer betörenden Frische und Mineralität wunderbar lang am Gaumen. Chapeau! (95-96 Punkte) Wine Advocate: 94-96/100 Punkte The 2015 Le Gay comes from the 6.5-hectare Pomerol estate, of which 2.09 hectares are currently being restructured. It is a blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc picked from 27 September until 8 October at one degree lower alcohol than Montviel; it has a fragrant bouquet with delineated red cherries, crushed strawberry and hints of vanilla from the 100% new oak. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, ripe and rounded in the mouth, very well balanced and very smooth. This just glides across the mouth and once that new oak has been absorbed, this will be a gorgeous Le Gay to behold. Do not overlook this Cru because it has been on a roll in recent years. Trinkgenuss: 2020 bis 2050 Weinwisser (Rene Gabriel): 18/20 Punkte 90 % Merlot, 10 % Cabernet Franc. Dunkles Granat, recht satt in der Mitte, rubiner Rand. Das Bouquet zeigt eine tolle, sehr fruchtreife Süsse, rotes Pflaumenmus, Früchtetee und feine Kräuternoten. Im Gaumen dunkelmalzig, fast nur schwarze Beeren, Mokka und schwarze Pralinen, im Finale Heidelbeeren ä gogo. Glücklicherweise habe ich ihn im Saal vom Syndicat in Pomerol nochmals nach verkostet. Das Muster gefiel mir um Längen besser als jenes auf dem Chäteau. Trinkgenuss: 2024 bis 2042 James Suckling: 95-96/100 Punkte "A tight and racy red with walnut skin, pecan nuts, chili and spice. Blackberry. Full body, round texture. Chewy. Very promising. Like the great Le Gays from the 1980s."
Following the trials and tribulations of Ben as he faces the perrilous world of gay dating whilst looking for more then sex, Shut up and Kiss me is a prescient modern day take on relationships. After trying out many different men and methods, he finally stumbles across Grey. The chemistry between the two is instant, but what happens when you meet someone who doesn't share the same beliefs about relationships that you do? This funny and touching film touches on relevant topics in today's dating world like sexual monogamy and discordant relationships, finally asking if anyone can someone really have it all?
The boys are back and this time the barmy army are heading across the channel to liberate Europe in their very own D-Day invasion.It's a rollercoaster ride with axe wounds and accidents in Scandinavia, arachnophobia in the fatherland, blood and guts in Rome and plenty of pain in Spain. Along the way there's an all Sanchez wedding to remember and a stag do to forget, plenty of partying and even a live lager enema in a very excited gay bar.Anything goes on the dirtiest European Tour ever.Episodes Include:01. Scandinavia.02. Germany.03. Czech Republic.04. Greece.05. Italy.06. Spain.Special Features:Nothing To Declare.
Obese father Jordan is caught in a vicious cycle of depressed overeating, and his boss at the car dealership is threatening to fire him if he doesn’t make a sale. Mother Penny harbors a hysterical false hope that she may be pregnant and suffers a rude awakening when she discovers that, on the contrary, she has started menopause. Son Ben is not sure if he is gay or straight, but he knows that he has very strong feelings for the girl across the cul-de-sac-his dead brother’s ex-girlfriend-who also happens to be having a tragic affair with a married man. Australian writer, director, and star Christopher Weekes, who financed Bitter & Twisted himself, remarkably captures the way a family can fold.
Summer in Berlin. Jonas is planning a trip through the little known area of the Uckermark in preparation for a photography project. He invites his best friend, Phillip, to come along. They haven't met since the time they spent together in London. So they pack up their Mercedes camper and take off across uncharted territory, stopping whenever they see something they like, taking pictures and generally enjoying a laid-back road trip. The fact that Phillip is gay has never been an issue for either of them. When they pick up a hitchhiker named Boris, however, who shows Jonas some interesting spots and starts to make moves on Phillip, the friendship of the two starts to fray. Maybe three's a crowd after all? By the end of the summer, things between Jonas and Phillip won't ever be the same again.
Set in the economically depressed austerity Britain of today, Cal is a startlingly powerful drama and the follow-up to the hit 2009 film, Shank. Twenty-year-old Cal returns from France to Britain after receiving news that his mother is ill. His finds his home city of Bristol facing hard economic times brought on by the global economic crisis, with poverty and crime on the rise and rioting and looting almost a nightly occurrence. It's not a warm homecoming as his sick mother remains stubbornly homophobic and wants nothing to do with the now openly gay Cal while his alcoholic and manic Auntie Jane, now living in a rundown council house, dulls her stagnation with welfare funded booze and disturbing attempts to sexually seduce her nephew. Navigating his way across this new landscape he meets a young student who needs his help. However his act of kindness brings him into contact with a lawless drug dealing pimp and a race against time to make peace with his mother and get out of town as quickly as possible. An intense tale of a family mired in poverty, angry and lost but still searching for love, respect and acceptance.
A hundred years of love and courtship on the silver screen, with music created by Sheffield celebrated singer-songwriter-produce Richard Hawley. Love is All takes us on an exquisite journey through the twentieth century, exploring love and courtship in all of its shapes and sizes on the silver screen across decades of unprecedented social upheaval. From the first kisses ever caught on film, through the disruptions of war and on to the birth of youth culture, free love and gay liberation we follow courting couples as they flirt at tea dances, kiss in the back row, shack up together and fight for their right to love whoever they choose. This celluloid love letter is directed by Kim Longinotto (Divorce Iranian Style) and edited by Ollie Huddleston (From the Sea to the Land Beyond) using a selection of spellbinding footage from British archives, including the BFI National Archive and the Yorkshire Film Archive, all set to a stunning Richard Hawley soundtrack. Features: Archive short films Booklet with film notes and complete credits Other extras TBC Cast and Crew: Directed by Kim Longinotto (Divorce Iranian Style) Music by Richard Hawley (Pulp, Longpigs)
A funny and pertinent book about being lesbian, bisexual, gay, queer, transgender or just curious - for everybody, no matter their gender or sexualityFormer PSHCE teacher and acclaimed YA author James Dawson gives an uncensored look at what it's like to grow up as LGBT. Including testimonials from people across the gender and sexual spectrums, this frank, funny, fully inclusive book explores everything anyone who ever dared to wonder wants to know - from sex to politics, how to pull, stereotypes, how to come-out and more. Spike Gerrell's hilarious illustrations combined with funny and factual text make this a must-read.