or the softcore porn masquerading as art that tends to flood the lesbigay film fests. We made an attempt to make up our own “top 20” list, featuring all the gay and gayische cinema that has most influenced us over the years–and while at least one of us will admit to liking Brokeback Mountain, we still think the gays would be better off emulating John Waters and Paul Verhoeven than making another hundred Jeffreys or Edge of Seventeens.
The new indie, Breakfast with Scot stars Ed‘s Tom Cavanagh and Angels in America‘s Ben Shenkman as a gay couple who takes in a flambuouyant 11-year-old and tries to butch-ify him by making him play hockey.
After it screened at the Toronto Film Festival, Regent Releasing (the company that owns here! Networks and just bought Out and The Advocate) scooped it up and hopes to appeal to the suburban gay-hockey-dad market which we’re sure is like, huge. As the Los Angeles Times puts it, “Welcome to the gay family film, as mild and sweet as anything out of the Disney empire.” Just what we need. We’ll stick to porn and Andy Warhol thanks. Oh, and Showgirls.
But anyway, enjoy the trailer.
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