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Boycrazy (Widescreen)

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This collection of popular gay short films includes two award-winning short musicals: FAIRIES directed by Tom Gustafsen, which was the basis for the hit movie WERE THE WORLD MINE, and the colorful and romantic BOYCRAZY plus four other acclaimed shorts: TEDDY, a wistful story of a man trying to win back his ex lover; THE BACK ROOM, the surprising story of unexpected romance between two art lovers; FREQUENT TRAVELER, about a man with a crush on an airport guard; and DISH, a look at a kids bragging via text message.

Fun and fantastical! Robert Hawk, Producer (The Slaughter Rule, Trick)
Timothy is bullied by homophobic classmates at his all boys high school. While studying A Midsummer Night's Dream, he imagines a world where he isn't so different. This original short was the inspiration for the smash hit feature, Were The World Mine.
Directed by Tom Gustafson. USA (20 min.)

Entertaining . . . teeming with personality! Sam Roberts, Slamdance
Emo kids Israel and Louie walk around their East Los Angeles neighborhood dishing about their high school classmates. After listening to Louie boast about his sexual escapades, Israel decides he has some catching up to do. Featuring a stand-out performance by Matthew Monge as young Israel. Directed by Brian Harris Krinsky. USA (16 min.)

The sweetest drama of the year! North Carolina GL Film Fest
Can Tony rekindle some romance with his ex-boyfriend Neil (despite Neil s new boyfriend, Phil)? A story of two men and a bear. Directed by Christopher Banks. New Zealand (13 min.)

Frequent Traveler
A crush on the airport security guard causes one traveler to go to creative lengths in his pursuit. Directed by Patricia Bateria. Germany. (8 min.)

The Back Room
A gem of a short! indiewire.com
Just before closing, a bookstore manager helps a mysterious stranger find information on an artist who recently inspired him during a trip to Florence. As the stranger s story unfolds and the search for the elusive painting begins, these men uncover astonishing connections to the art and each other. Directed by Greg Ivan Smith. USA (16 min.)

Fun, catchy, cute! Homorazzi.com
Corey (the fabulous James May) enjoys the single gay life, yet still searches for love at the gym, the beach and in a singing chat room! When co-worker Derek and ex-boyfriend Nathan pursue Corey at the same time, he faces a difficult decision in this wonderful, colorful, romantic, musical-comedy extravaganza. Directed by John Sobrack. USA. (25 min.)

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Product Details

  • Actors: Matthew Monge, James May
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: WOLFE VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: April 6, 2010
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00348002I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215,645 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Arcadio Bolaños on October 16, 2011
One could often see the Hispanic community as a group of outsiders, thus embodying the condition of the subaltern. But what happens when inside this outcast community, there is further marginalization? Brian Harris Krinsky's short film focus on Israel, a young Hispanic boy, around 15 years old, who happens to be immersed in the era of virtual communication, text messaging and IM. He has but two deeply rooted obsessions: one is to be constantly "connected" via a smart phone, and the other is to take care of his hair. The first one gives him, as well as millions of people, the illusion of being indeed connected and communicated with the world. Nonetheless, this is but a simulacrum of real human rapport. The second one is actually a symptom. Symptoms are the manifestations of a profound psychological or social malaise.

When Israel and his friend Louie hang around they can only talk about one thing: sex, or rather gay sex. Israel feels uneasy about partaking in sexual intercourse, especially anal, while Louie tries to convince him and tells him how much he will come to enjoy it. As Israel affirms, he feels like everyone is simply rushing into it. And this is comprehensible, after all they are young and like Louie tells him sex can be great.

Israel receives text messages all the time and that's how he finds out who is sleeping with whom. We cannot fathom what kind of perpetual orgy he imagines, but when he meets Ricky, an 18 years old kid, he decides it's time to lose his virginity. At the moment of truth, however, there is an excision. Israel is somewhat aware of the fissures in society's structure, but he still confides in his instant messaging as the 'end' and not the 'means' of communication.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By flexfighter on September 19, 2010
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This collection of short films includes "Faries" the short that was eventually made into the feature film "Were the World Mine." Along with this title and the short "Boycrazy" these are the only musical shorts on the video.
"The Backroom" and "Teddy" show an interesting perspective on how things in our love life can mean so much. "Dish" is a queer teen perspective on life. The short "Frequent Traveler" gives new meaning to airport security.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pitbulltje on April 12, 2012
There are 6 short movies on this dvd and 4 of them are really good.
I quess the most famous one is "Fairies" which became later a full-lenght movie called "Were the world mine" (check it out, it's great!).
I loved also "The back room" (Dan Sturges is...WOW!), "Frequent traveller" and "Boycrazy" (great tunes!).
In overall it's one of the best compilation with short gay-theme films.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By xmasrock on February 6, 2011
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for those who enjoy short films, which i do, this is an excellent collection of 6 short gay films. from 8 to 25 min. in length, all are worth watching.
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