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Bag Boy Lover Boy

USA 2014
produced by
Ziyad Saadi, Andres Torres for EXU Media
directed by Andres Torres
starring Jon Wachter, Theodore Bouloukos, Adrienne Gori, Kathy Biehl, Kara Peterson (= Karah Serine), Tina Tanzer, Marseille Morillo, Teena Byrd, Sarah O'Sullivan, Saoko Okano, James Elwood, Norman Outlaw, Peter Trojgaard, Ryan Preimesberger, Amanda Charles, Carlos Garcia, Richard Meiman, Danielle Joy, Helene Eidsvag, G. Paul Salvetti
written by Andres Torres, Toni Comas, music by Barbara De Biasi

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Somewhere in New York City: Albert (Jon Wachter) is pretty much the epitomy of a loser, an odd-looking vendor at a hot dog stand with a shoebox of an apartment, no dreams for the future, no ambition, talent, goal, nothing. Not even a girlfriend, proven by the porn posters on his wall. The one woman he has the hots for is Lexy (Adrienna Gori), but Lexy seems to just run from one mess into the next,and she seems to like Albert mostly because he lets her eat for free at his stand.

Everything changes though when Albert meets photographer Ivan (Theodore Bouloukos), who sees absolute potential in Albert's odd looks and makes him his main model in a series of erotic-to-perverted fetish photoshoots. Albert soon comes to see photography as a great way to pick up girls, so he begs Ivan to teach him. But apart from giving him his old Polaroid and a handful of promises, Ivan does very little in that respect.

Then though Ivan has to leave town, and rather by accident, Albert gets his hands on his studio keys ... and from now on he poses as a professional photographer, and since his vintage Polaroid looks positively exotic and he has memorized some of Ivan's best lines, quite a few girls fall for him ... and it's only back at the studio that it becomes apparent that Albert totally lacks the vision to be an actual photographer, he knows little more than the bare basics, and usually his shoots end with him pulling a plastic bag over his model's head and suffocating her to death - the theme of his very first shoot, actually, though nobody died back then.

Eventually, Albert gets Lexy to pose for him ... but in the meantime, Ivan's assistant Jackie (Kathy Biehl) has found out that Albert has used the studio for his own ends - and things are just bound to come to a head ...


Bag Boy Lover Boy is a portrait of the underbelly of New York City, somewhat in the tradition of high brow and low brow classics like Taxi Driver, Basket Case, Maniac, Abel Ferrara's early films, probably even some Factory movies and the like - but that's not to say Bag Boy Lover Boy is a throwback movie in any which way, or a pure hommage, it just manages to tell its story using a similar backdrop as these movies of old ... and it's a really good story, too, carried by dark humour and eccentric characters alike, told in a way laid back enough to not gross the audiences out or just going for the cheap joke, and it's brought to life by strong performances.

Definitely worth a look!


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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