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Hawaii (2013) by Marco Berger

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Jai with John Lloyd Young in Oy vey my son is gay!

Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay! by Evgeny Afineevsky

fuckyeahjairodriguez:

Jai with John Lloyd Young in Oy vey my son is gay!

Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay! by Evgeny Afineevsky

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Chaser Short Director: Sal Bardo Cast: Max Rhyser (Zach), Rachel Claire (Sara), Ismael Cruz Cordova (Iari) USA | 2012 | 15 min
Alienated from his conservative Jewish family and community, a promising, young, gay schoolteacher seeks solace in New York’s barebacking scene.
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Chaser by Sal Bardo

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Chaser
Short
Director: Sal Bardo
Cast: Max Rhyser (Zach), Rachel Claire (Sara), Ismael Cruz Cordova (Iari)
USA | 2012 | 15 min

Alienated from his conservative Jewish family and community, a promising, young, gay schoolteacher seeks solace in New York’s barebacking scene.

imdb | website

Trailer

Chaser by Sal Bardo

Interior Leather Bar by James Franco, Travis Mathews
Interior Leather Bar by James Franco, Travis Mathews

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Cruising x Interior. Leather Bar

Interior Leather Bar by James Franco, Travis Mathews

Raging Sun, Raging Sky (Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo) by Julián Hernández

Raging Sun, Raging Sky (Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo) by Julián Hernández

Raging Sun, Raging Sky (Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo) by Julián Hernández

Raging Sun, Raging Sky (Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo) by Julián Hernández

Raging Sun, Raging Sky (Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo) by Julián Hernández

Raging Sun, Raging Sky (Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo) by Julián Hernández

Raging Sun, Raging Sky begins with a woman—Tatei, identified as ‘El Corazón del cielo’, who Hernández reveals as the spirit of human passion. She is introduced walking through Mexico City’s urban wilderness, alive to the elements, telepathically listening-in on the personal lives of the citizens going about their daily routines. The camera (guided by cinematographer Alejandro Cantú) moves with Tatei, noticing desire everywhere in different genders, classes, occupations and anxieties. This mesmerizing introduction is key to Hernández’s approach; the emphasis on gay life is expansive and pansexual. His art depicts the universal essence of yearning.”

"Beyond the barrier-busting conceits of mainstream hits like Milk, Brokeback Mountain, Philadelphia, Kiss of the Spider Woman and Sunday, Bloody Sunday—films that spend too much effort on arguing the legitimacy of same-sex affection—Hernández presumes his characters’ validity and film culture’s sympathy. Inspired by Cocteau and Fassbinder, he asserts passion as unselfconsciously as cinema’s greatest ambulatory romantics—the likes of von Sternberg, Borzage and Mizoguchi as well as Ophuls.”

"Hernández trains his camera-eye on the byways of carnal behavior—alleys, train tracks, porn cinemas, discos, bath houses and sex clubs. He brings awestruck Antonioni with him, Sternberg for the glamour of sexual attraction, Resnais for the mind-bending sense of passing time, and Ophuls for the vertiginous yet sobering thrall. Cinema has rarely, if ever, given gay experience this high level of witness and contemplation. Hernández evokes his great forebears as part of the modern, intelligent love experience."

Armond White on Julián Hernández’s Raging Sun, Raging Sky.

Raging Sun, Raging Sky (Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo) by Julián Hernández

Raging Sun, Raging Sky (Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo) by Julián Hernández

Raging Sun, Raging Sky (Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo) by Julián Hernández

Raging Sun, Raging Sky (Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo) by Julián Hernández