Cinema Queer by Macelino Rosas
Jeffrey is a struggling actor in the New York scene who has just made the biggest decision of his life: he’s swearing off sex … forever! No sooner has he made this startling vow than he meets the dreamy and sensitive Steve. With the help of his friends, Jeffrey decides to give love a second shot. But some unexpected news puts Jeffrey in a bind, forcing him to decide if he should take a risk on what could be the love of his life.
Why do I like it? Why do I recommend it?
It’s been a minute since I’ve watched this one but it’s still one of my favorites. This 90s classic is must see for its high camp gay comedy that’s a true treat. Though the story does centre around the very depressive issue of HIV and AIDS, it thankfully isn’t dealt with as if though there is no hope or joy.
I wouldn’t call this your average gay movie because It’s take on things are on a complete different path. What I found interesting was how the actors would sometimes break the fourth wall and try to talk to the audience(you). The script is great, the acting Is top notch, and the amount of heart that pours through is evident.
Brilliant performances by Steven Weber(wings), Michael T. Weiss(The Pretender) , Patrick Stewart(Star Trek: The Next Generation) and Bryan Batt(Mad Men), Nathan Lane(Birdcage).
Available platforms to watch it: Pluto Tv, Tubi, Vudu, AmazonPrime, Sling Tv, google Play, Youtube Tv, Apple TV.