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 Topic: best gay film

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alec_3747  



Joined: 21 Nov 2006
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Interests: I take interest in gayfilms . paintings, books and musics. I am looking for true friendship and gaymen with good taste !
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Posted: 25 Jan 2007, 6:58 am    Post subject: best gay film Reply with quote

Every year, so many gay film releases all over the world and some of them just leave us with good impression and some with permanent marks in your heart! whatever film may release, we always say, that film was the best and better than this! so according to you, which film was the best gay film you ever watched and what was it all about!


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alec
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Posted: 4 Mar 2007, 12:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Interesting question. And this might strike as odd, but Red River is a wonderful gay film. The scenes between Montgomery Clift and John Ireland are layered with a gay (sub)text. As, in some ways, are the scenes between Clift and John Wayne.

Also, thinking of Wayne, how about The Quiet Man? I've always felt the real love story in that film is between Wayne and Victor MacGlaglen. By the end, Wayne and McGlaglen are arm-in-arm, walking over the countryside, and they're at the table together at the end, as they're served by Maureen O'Hara.

Another is Ben-Hur, especially those scenes between Charlton Heston and Stephen Boyd. It's especially intriguing the Gore Vidal had a hand in the screenplay.
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