I Am Guilty 2005
Falscher Bekenner (original title)
Not Rated | 1h 34min | Drama, Thriller | 6 April 2006 (Germany)
Armin Steeb is adrift: just finished with school, living with his middle-class parents, clueless about finding work. He tries connecting with a girl, he engages in risky sex with strangers in public toilets, he goes to job interviews. He also sends an anonymous letter to a local Munich newspaper, claiming responsibility for a fatal road accident. He fitfully pursues notoriety as he goes through life nearly without affect. What will it take to get Armin to smile?
X | 1h 28min | Adult | 7 April 1976 (France)
Having somehow gotten this film mixed up with Jack Deveau’s follow-up, DRIVE, I was disappointed to find no digressions into bargain-basement sci-fi. Instead, LEFT-HANDED offers a sensitive portrayal of a homosexual affair at the dawn of gay liberation.
We first meet Ray (Ray Frank), a handsome, long-haired New York artist type, as he cruises a nerdy young guy in a park restroom. Stopping by his friend Larry’s (Larry Burns) head shop afterward, he crosses paths with Bob (Robert Rikas), a handsome blonde who Larry assures Ray is straight.
Cruising at the Park 2018
16min | Short | 18 March 2018 (USA)
This film portrays the journey of a “straight” married man who has the habit of cruising in the park next to his work place during his lunch break. He is a hunter however he is also hunted. Mostly he plays with other discrete married man, they enjoy looking at each others hard erections, mutual masturbation, sucking and fucking. It is a ritual of brief encounters in the woods. After ejaculating, he walks away back to his unsatisfactory job.
When Mullen opened the door to let in Christen, he believed he was simply helping out a friend of a friend who needed a short break. As the so-called “emergency” visit turns into a forced darkening small talk on which Christen just wouldn’t leave, Mullen vividly feels his misgiving thoughts becoming complete rejection just before transforming into the sensual redemption of his most feared fetish.
Death Drive is an exploration of the self-destructive tendencies in gay male sexuality utilizing the mediums of independent film, pornography, and dance to create a highly unique work of experimental film that transcends genre, gender, and expectation. Set in the desert of California, spanning from Palm Springs to Las Vegas, Death Drive tells the story of a young man, who after emerging from a pool of water scrambles to piece together the previous night before embarking on a series of psychedelic adventures that reveal his darkest internal instinct.