Skin And Bone 1996

Skin And Bone 1996

Skin And Bone 1996
Unrated | 1h 50min | Comedy , Drama | 25 September 1998 (USA)

Storyline:

Harry, Billy and Dean are three hustlers at different stages in their careers. All must deal with the realities of their profession. One falls in love with a client, another enters deeper into denial, and another begins to learn the ropes.

User review:

The plot is far from original and doesn’t really make much sense. These hustlers are not teenage boys, they’re grown men who in any real life scenario would know better than to let themselves be taken advantage of by a sleazy, soul-less female pimp. Still, there’s a certain darkness about this film that makes it bit more watchable than the myriad of others about the gay hustler scene. The director could have taken this story in a thousand different directions, and any of other 999 would have been better than the way this movie ended, if one should even call that an ending. The editing is clumsy, and the acting fails to realistically convey either the desperation or the naiveté of the young hustlers. The main problem I find with this movie is that its denouement is an anticlimax.

Director: Everett Lewis
Writer: Everett Lewis
Stars: B. Wyatt, Alan Boyce, Nicole Dillenberg
Country: USA
Language: English
Release Date: 25 September 1998 (USA)

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Format : MPEG-4
Format profile : Base Media
Codec ID : isom (mp41)
File size : 814 MiB
Duration : 1 h 53 min
Overall bit rate mode : Variable
Overall bit rate : 1 000 kb/s

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One Response to Skin And Bone 1996

  1. Ali says:

    Excellent movie from back when “Indie film” truly meant ‘independent,’ this is some great, gritty stuff from the mid 90’s, one of a trilogy of underground masterpieces created by Everett Lewis, along with “Natural history of Parking Lots” and “An Ambush of Ghosts.” This is a rare title, happy to find it here..

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