Gay themed DVDs

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  1. B_Lightkeeper

    B_Lightkeeper New Member

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    Here's a few of my favorites plus some I'd like to have on DVD:

    The Ritz (1976)

    Kiss Me Guido (1997)

    Partner's (1982)

    The Birdcage (1996)

    La Cage aux Folles (1978), La Cage II (1980) and La Cage III (1985) (although III was not as funny as the first two)

    Torch Song Trilogy (1988)

    Trick (1999)

    Below list are ones that have not been released on disc:

    Some Of My Best Friends (1971)

    Norman, Is That You? (1976)

    Happy Birthday, Gemini (1980)

    Feel free to add your favorites!
     
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    Borstal Boy (2000) is a good one too
    It tells the story of a young IRA member Brendan Behan who gets sent to borstal for terrorist attempt ( based on true story) and there he becomes friends with a young gay navy boy (danny dyer)
     
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    I'll have to see if Netflix has that one. Thanks!
     
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    I like your list but I would have to add..
    The Sum Of Us
    Big Eden
    In & Out
    It's My Party
     
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    Good luck they most likely will have it because i know in england it was re-released and in big supermarkets it was only around £5

    I thought i would mention it as i thought it had a serious tone to it but it was still very emotional, which in my opinion makes it a great film, hope you find it and feel te same about it
     
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    There are several threads on this subject but this link shows many great film domestic and foreign, I seem to like the foreign films better. One of my favorite is Love Songs, the music it great even though its all French to me.

    Just click thru the portal

    Gay Themed Movies: Otets i syn (2003) aka Father and Son
     
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    Netflix has it. Saw it yesterday. Didn't really like it that much. Good to see Michael York, though.
     
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