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  • Actors: Darryl Sloan, Hunter, Stacy Bridges, Dan Romani, Carl Saloniki
  • Directors: Toby Ross
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Hornbill_BDF
  • DVD Release Date: February 27, 2013
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009MBJG62
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,085 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Review

Original, Smart and insightful, this mockumentary is embedded with erotic sequences to drive a point you have wanted tohear someone say but never really had the nerve to say yourself. --The Sexual Gray Zone

Customer Reviews

Maybe those close to you, are too close to criticize your work.
10percent
Joe has been in Toby's other films and has done some directing in them as well as other various aspects of film making.
FilmViewer
It provides an amazing look inside the evolution of gay culture, history and the desires of often-closeted men.
skywaverider

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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Mr.Wonderful on March 9, 2013
This is an out of the box look at Homosexuals. I am a parent to a gay son and was curious to take a look at this Mock-Umentary for obvious reasons.
It tells you that Gays basically divide into two major group : Those who are into it for the sex and those who are looking for relationships (Hey is it really that black and white? how about those who are into it for both) Although it is a bit unforgiving and I don't know if I agree with it all, I found it worthwhile. The live reenactments were an eyeful and it goes through all the levels and strands of gay guys. At one point the young (23) director claims "It's the flamboyance that keeps us from being totally accepted" Well I would say it is the narrow minds more then the flamboyance. The highlight of this piece was when two sailor (the real thing) one gay one straight come for a naked photo session unveiling a plethora of mental issues. The photo session its self looked beautiful and would remind you of a different time. A more innocent and friendly time. All and all it was interesting and fun.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By 10percent on March 17, 2013
I like the premice, a radio talk show host talking about gay culture with "the players" of Chicago's gay crowd. They actually used the real deal "players" from the community.
This film actually portrayed some redeeming thoughts! It talks about the 10% of the gay population that everyone sees, and perceives as the "stereotypical" gay person, as well as the hidden gay population, like the guys that just go to work and don't wear their sexual orientation as a badge of honor or difference to society.
It also sheds light on the "straight" guys who enjoy fooling around, in the gym showers or at an adult theater, maybe they're not so straight...
As the film introduces each of the guests, there is an extended video montage of their works. These montages are great for the graphic nudity, sexual situations and eye candy!
Stuff I didn't like about the film...
This DVD turns into a preview of other Toby Ross, Hornbill, BDF films, complete with not so subliminal product placements...
While I am not a video producer, and the quality is certainly better than I could do, I think you need some constructive feedback. Maybe those close to you, are too close to criticize your work.
This production group needs guidance with lighting, lots of hot spots in just about every scene. This production group needs guidance with audio, too much variation with the sound, in one scene shots from one angle are loud, and from another are soft. Audio throughout fluctuates greatly from scene to scene. This production group needs guidance with editing and continuity, several very rough cuts, with inappropriate frames between. A sleeveless arm from a man (wearing a jacket) is seen in a close up as he reaches toward another character.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Brian R Yandle on April 6, 2013
I've enjoyed exploring the world of Toby Ross over the past couple of years and naturally I'm always thrilled to check out any Ross endeavor. Homosexual is a great example of what a Mockumentary should be as it's filled with great insights, sly humor, and liberal doses of warmth. Toby has chosen to explore the various aspects of gay culture and lifestyles which aren't always shown through various forms of media or even talked about as a general rule of thumb. Rather than ridiculing or judging any particular party or groups of people, the film chooses to shed light on the issues most of us have always had a secret desire to know but probably didn't know exactly who to ask. Ross, himself, makes an appearance and lends his view in regards to specifics he recalls and the men that he adored. Compliments of the Ross photography archives, we are also treated to some very lovely photographs of beautiful men in various levels of dress or lack thereof. As one has to come to expect, we also are allotted several passionate scenes of lovemaking. If you are curious about the homosexual male and would like clarification on the lifestyle, Homosexual is certainly a great film as far as starting places go. Fans of Ross' work in general will swoon as well.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By peterl40 on March 15, 2013
"Homosexual" is a film that challenges one of the main dilemmas if gay life - its very identity, and it is done with an appeal to the intellect and the senses at the same time, which in and of itself is pretty amazing.

Toby Ross confronts the idea that "gay" and "homosexual" by definition and way of life are actually mutually exclusive realities and he makes his case with a compelling representation of the ideal male fantasy that has been a hallmark of his films and has made them unique and memorable.

What I find especially appealing in this film is the non confrontational way in which he makes his case for the "iceberg" of reality ever present in the gay world, a fact or belief that 90% of all homosexuals lie well beneath the gay radar in private worlds that do not conform in any way to what the general public understands as "the gay lifestyle," with its ongoing public presence and often stereotypical characterizations.

It seems to me that Toby Ross, who appears in this film to make his case, does so with an elegant passion for male sexuality and sensuality that is compelling and a pleasure to witness first hand.

I enjoyed every second of this film because it made me think about his challenge and at the same time made me understand his emotional and intellectual passion for the pure alluring beauty of male sensuality.
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