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The American Boys
Andream Massaro (segment These Things Take Time), Kay Tinder, Prash Samtathkumaran (segment The Legend of Scotty Watts), Anja Paul (segment Two Fish), Brenda Blair (segment You Can Play), Michael A. Perez, Karla Luna Cantu (segment I Think I'm Gay), Jonathan Maurer (segment Out of Character)
directed by Jerell Rosales (segment These Things Take Time), Prash Sampathkumaran (segment The Legend of Scotty Watts), Antoine Dupont-Guerra (segment Two Fish), Anders Helde (segment You Can Play), Matt Chupack (segment I Think I'm Gay), Michael Hyman (segment Out of Character)
starring segment These Things Take Time: Zackary Arthur, Timothy Ryan Cole, Jason Heymann, Samantha Krull, Ashley Ledbetter, Annmarie Nitti, Makana Say, Jack McGraw, Meilee Condron; segment The Legend of Scotty Watts: Luke Brau, Morgan Price, Avery Powers; segment Two Fish: Aurelio de Anda jr, Jeremy Howard; segment You Can Play: Kellan Rhude, Carson Boatman, Cazimir Milostan, David Schroeder, Ric Maddox, Caroline Vinciguerra, Kyle Trueblood; segment I Think I'm Gay: Miles Tagtmeyer, Rebecca Goldstein, Matt Jennings, Aaron Jung, Victoria Mele, Adam Razavi, Matthew Coates, Rushawn Robinson, Christopher Dionne, Peter Pitassi, Tejas Kumar, Lyle Colby Mackston, Mark Wind, Amanda Rivera, Brance Grace, Jerry Lame; segment Out of Character: Wilson Cruz, Jason Caceres, Ryan Gawel
written by Jerell Rosales (segment These Things Take Time), Prash Sampathkumaran (segment The Legend of Scotty Watts), Antoine Dupont-Guerra (segment Two Fish), Dennis James Clarke (segment You Can Play), Matt Chupack (segment I Think I'm Gay), Michael Hyman (segment Out of Character), music by Stephen Spies, Kate Bacich (segment These Things Take Time), Joseph Fournier (segment The Legend of Scotty Watts), Laurent Duparc (segment Two Fish), Bo Andersen (segment You Can Play), Graham Southern segment I Think I'm Gay, songs by Midriffs, Super Defense, Loving (segment The Legend of Scotty Watts)
- These Things Take Time: Pre-teen Zander (Zackary Arthur)
falls in love with his male teacher (Jason Heymann) and makes a mess
out of dealing with his feelings ...
- The Legend of Scotty Watts: Julian (Luke Brau) and Marcy
(Morgan Price) bond over their adoration for musician Scotty Watts
(Avery Powers), who Julian never misses a single show of. But while
Marcy sees Scotty more as a guy whose music she likes, and is
gradually falling in love with Julian, he's totally obsessed with
Scotty, to an extent that's hurtful to Marcy ...
- Two Fish: Max (Aurelio de Anda jr) and Taylor (Jeremy Howard)
have been best friends for years, and have always identified as
heterosexual - until one evening they end up having sex with one
another - which above all is confusing as heck for them ...
- You Can Play: It's the last game of the season for high
school footbal crack Brandon (Kellan Rhude), and upon winning a
transfer to Florida is definitely in the cards - when he starts to
have second thoughts, especially when he realizes the feelings for his
best friend James (Carson Boatman) are more than just friendship ...
- I Think I'm Gay?: Zach (Miles Tagtmeyer) can't get it up in
bed with Amy (Rebecca Goldstein), and she teases him that he might be
gay - and as a consequence he tries out the "gay lifestyle"
- Out of Character: Billy (Wilson Cruz) befriends Paul (Jason
Caceres), the very guy who has made it a habit to spy on him having
meaningless sex with random men on scrapyards ...
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An anthology about coming to terms with one's own sexual orientation -
and also about so much more, about love, loyalty, honesty, sexuality, and
in a way about life itself, told in six segments that vary vastly in style
and approach but all send out a positive message about being true to
oneself. And true, not all stories are equally compelling, equally
entertaining, or equally stringent - but it's really the diversity that
makes this movie such an enjoyable ride that makes one think on the side.
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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