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Recently dumped John Roth (Josh Hamilton) and his roommate Moe Curley (Harold Perrineau) out of frustration have started an internet dating/chat site/erotic exchange business. John rarely leaves his apartment/business, electing to spend his entire day and night online watching the beautiful Angel (Liz Owens) going about her daily duties of grooming, dressing and undressing and sleeping. John has an online buddy Moira (Isabel Gillies) who acts somewhat as a mentor for lonely people like young Ohio gay lad Ed Simone (Eric Millegan) who dials up another online sex provider, older Al Fleming (John Fleck), in an attempt to have some semblance of a non-closeted life. Moe attempts to get John out into the real dating world and arranges a meeting with the beautiful but sexually frustrated Jordan Nash (Vanessa Ferlito) but the two find relating easier on the internet than in real life. These people all interact both online and in life in a way that begins to blur what is reality. The concept is one of the dichotomies of fantasy and reality, desire/need and acting out, isolated loneliness versus stepping into the physical world and joining the dance of courtship.Read more ›
Over all I think the movie is well made with good acting and story telling. A lot of uninhibited sexual content were shown without actually appearing dirty.
I agree with the view of the movie in that cyber space has real people, but there is something unreal about it. People take risks because cyber space gives us unreal feeling about the situation, but it is as real as reality. It sounds contradictory, but that's the scary part of all.
The first REAL look at virtual communities, webcam voyeurs, and what it's like to live life in our new net culture.
But most importantly, this film is super-sexy and sports a super-hot young cast of actors who we'll be seeing for years to come.
Worth seeing for the Josh Hamilton/Vanessa Ferlito scene in the middle alone.
***** Check it out!
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On-line, right. Poor casting of characters, didn't quite feel very intriguing. The camera shooting style was not the best for the type of film. Read morePublished on September 27, 2013 by Dave C
another flick that has little or nothing to do with gays or lesbians is on the "gay and lesbian" genre listing; what is wrong with you guys???? Read morePublished on April 14, 2011 by G. Walters
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