Edgy, fragmented and filled with hot men who are not afraid to show their skin, DELETED SCENES it is a tale of love, passion and dysfunction. When 30 something Sean meets Eastern European immigrant Wolf, sparks fly. They return to Sean’s apartment begin a high energy and hugely sexual affair. What starts as a mere chance meeting slowly evolves in to something more. Wolf is easy going, turning tricks to supplement his living, while Sean is needy, talkative and neurotic. Creating a stable relationship is fraught with problems. With Wolf disappearing for hours at a time and Sean doing drugs, the two of them seem to be headed down a path of destruction. Told as a tale made up of deleted scenes, Todd Verow once again pushes the envelope of creativity and sensuality. For mature audience only!
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To be perfectly frank - I'm not sure what to say. There were aspects of the film that I found compelling & certainly other aspects which left me less than enthusiastic... As such it is hard to review & recommend! Presuming you have a taste for the underlying "aspects" of this genre, I suppose you should see the film for yourself - for, as I said, there are compelling - even outstanding elements. For instance, both the lead actors turned in very convincing performances. Despite not possessing "actor looks" - neither pretty or even rugged good looks, they were never-the-less (With their more or less "ordinary" or "everyman" looks & charm) able to draw you in - and hold you throughout, some otherwise tawdry scenes & scenery.
Before even getting to some of those more "tawdry" scenes - I first wondered why would these guys even be cruising each other ? Particularly, why would "Sean" (At first glance the cuter & younger looking of the two) be so aggressively coming on to "Wolf" (Who turns out to be a part time adult hustler) who ultimately becomes - BY FAR (Despite slightly balding & more senior looks) the more attractive & compelling of the pair. Ironic - because ultimately it's his very maturity that adds to his appeal & brings some staying power & solidity to the story and allowing you to "live with", understand & even appreciate some of the (at first thought) offensive - or at least superfluous, scenes. In fact, I grew to accept these occasional asides as almost - or even perhaps, necessary to keep you from growing tiresome with these otherwise "ordinary/everyman" looking guys & script. Of course these - good & bad, scenes are all supposed to be "Deleted Scenes", out-takes or the like, if we are to accept the premise. And then it should all make sense... Well, as I said - better watch it for yourself. You might agree with "Alan" - (who thought it was "awesome") or the others who loved it...or maybe like "gitzo63" you may think it "sucked". See what I mean - a different, hard to label flick! So watch it, already - for yourself!!!
As Tina Turner would say, "What's love got to do with it?" :-O
2 cups of butt pounding and
1/4 t. of love does not a good recipe make......
yes i love it. it was so much better then the other in the 1943 and in the 1970.that more what i like
Very different in a good way! Almost makes you want to see what the "movie" these scenes were taken from! Todd Verow is fantastic!
One of the better films I've seen on Fandor.
I'll give 4/5.
Great movie with some disturbing situations. Story seems believable. Acting was very good.
Quite unusual, a little depressing but very real. A good small indie!
It's amazing, faboulous storyline
Worked with Michael Vaccaro in THROWING ICE CUBES AT THE SUN. He has a music album too. I always wondered what happened to him. What year is the film?
great pic and sound was good
Different but interesting. Give it a shot.
I actually enjoyed this video. two very looking guys. hope to see more of them.
Disjointed and dysfunctional but not a disappointment when it comes to hot men and the nature of sexual tension and action
LOVED IT LOTS OF FULL FRONTAL MALE NUDITY