Jeffery, a young gay man in New York, decides that sex is too much and decided to become celibate. He immediately meets the man of his dreams and must decide whether or not love is worth ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jeffery, a young gay man in New York, decides that sex is too much and decided to become celibate. He immediately meets the man of his dreams and must decide whether or not love is worth the danger of a boyfriend dying.
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Kristen M (ru) wrote: Very interesting and well made documentary. With the coming election, everyone should take the short amount of time to educate themselves.
Paul B (mx) wrote: This doc was much more than I expected it to be.
Lee C (fr) wrote: This is what cinema was made for. Well shot, well acted, great story and an absolutely compelling watch. Don't like subtitles? You're missing out. Now in my top ten films.
Maggie L (mx) wrote: What is worse than terrible?
Pipe C (it) wrote: because nothing bad outperforms the second, but still compared to the first
George C (fr) wrote: A hilarious that in truth is rubbish but is defiantly worth a watch as it is very amusing.
Massagraf R (kr) wrote: Bottom really doesn't work as a movie, but yeah, it's hilarious.
Jeffrey L (gb) wrote: Pretty entertaining and touching film.
Chris A (it) wrote: A creative way of illustrating what a guy goes through when torn between two women. I always liked this film and thought the critics sold it short. Gere and Stone are both great in their dramatic roles and the ending of this movie, in my opinion, is brilliant!
Shelby B (kr) wrote: This was an absolutely fantastic film. The visuals were amazing, the music was surreal, and don't get me started on Tilda Swinton. She must be the greatest actress working today.
TheScarlatescu R (us) wrote: so early 90's, gotta love'em
Galen M (gb) wrote: One of the greatest epics and westerns ever made.
hrrhrh h (fr) wrote: In it's beauty and post-apocalyptic mood very recommended. A slight boredom may strike at some point.
Frances H (jp) wrote: Ken Russell films are always interesting. Loved the opening sequence here. Saw this film on British TV in an old coaching inn after a weary day seeing Windsor Castle, and a great experience it all was.
Sarah M (ru) wrote: What a poignant movie. Not only does it deal with sexuality in a time when it wasn't a common subject, but it also stars Deborah Kerr (can't you tell she's my favorite ever?)
Jacqueline S (nl) wrote: mc dreamy, enough said
Lee M (es) wrote: The very definition of self-conscious camp, certainly not Art but much too intelligent for Trash.
Alex M (fr) wrote: I watched Purple Rain when it was first released in 1984. I was 17 years old at the time and what I recall of my first viewing of the movie was that while the acting was weak and the plot was pretty basic, the music had the entire theatre transfixed from the opening "Let's Go Crazy" to the final song "Baby I'm a Star". The energy in the theatre was incredible and the buzz, as I left the theatre, was palpable. I read that Eric Clapton was in a "downward spiral with drink and drugs" before he saw Purple Rain in a Canadian movie theatre and it hit him like a bolt of lightning. He went back to his hotel and wrote "Holy Mother". After Prince's death, Eric Clapton called Prince "A True Genius". That was the impact of this movie for many and the accompanying album was the soundtrack of the year in 1984. It topped the Billboard chart for the last 22 weeks of the year and sold more than 9 million copies. It also won the Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture.If you're looking for great acting, an original story, and great production value, look somewhere else. If you want to get a feel for what 1984 looked and sounded like with a semi-autobiographical story about Prince's rise to superstardom, then you should check out Purple Rain.