An edgy drama about a gay teen’s tumultuous decent into drugs and anonymous sex, Wrecked smashes cinematic taboos while it spins its cautionary tale. Ryan is an earnest 18-year-old trying to develop a career as an actor and getting his life on the right track. This course is quickly threatened with the sudden arrival of his sort-of ex, Daniel, who arrives at Ryan’s door wanting a place to stay and offering the promise of a normal, loving relationship. But Daniel’s drug addiction and attitude towards casual sex derail any hope for normalcy and soon ensnares Ryan in his own downward spiral. Handheld cameras, a hot young cast and a boldly upfront approach to sex combine to make Wrecked a unique film experience.
Billy Boy 1970
1h 12min | Drama, Romance | December 1970 (USA)
Before hardcore porn, before extreme anal, deep throat and facials on DVD and VHS, seedy theaters were the only places to catch the action. In 1969, after years of struggling with the federal government, Bob Mizer debuted the first of his semi-hardcore titles at the Park Theatre in Los Angeles. Billy Boy is the first full-length feature film produced by Bob Mizer in 1970. This bizarre tale follows a young tough through Hollywood on an adventure of sexual discovery.
Melon Rainbow 2015
28min | Short, Drama | 11 March 2017 (USA)
Melon Rainbow is a young girl who wishes to be seen, which is ironic since she works as a cleaning lady in a Housing Association for blind people. So in the evening she goes on-line on her chat page where she undresses in front of her followers while having her neon light over her bed turned on. Her daily life seems pointless but then she gets into a sexual relationship with a young blind man Albert.
Even Lovers Get the Blues 2016
G | 1h 35min | Drama | 30 August 2017 (Belgium)
Ana is sleeping with Hugo, Dalhia with Graciano, Léo with Louis, and Arthur with everyone. Parties and love affairs lead to heart searching, deep desires and the craving to live life to the full. Even Lovers Get the Blues draws the portrait of the love and sexual lives of disenchanted and passionate young people.
We’re here, we’re queer and boy do we have good sex. Gay to Z takes us through the gay sexual alphabet, illustrating our steaming activities with some of the hottest sensual and erotic footage to be seen on DVD. Gay to Z features Johan Paulik and dozens of the sexiest Pride models.
Don’t Love Me follows 2 twenty something boys in the city of Berlin… Alex and Alexander have sex, then decide to date, explore the city and get to know each other… They party, they kite, they share their secrets… As they become more and more intimate, we wonder: are they falling in love?