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Broadway Damage (1997)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Musical | 19 May 1998 (USA)
A quirky, romantic comedy about the complexity and frustration of finding a true love in the gay community. Marc is a struggling actor who finds an apartment in NYC by searching the ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mara Hobel ...
Cynthia
Michael Lucas ...
Marc (as Michael Shawn Lucas)
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David
Aaron Williams ...
Robert
Alan Filderman ...
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Gary Janetti ...
Zola
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The Super
Jean Loup ...
Punk
Gerry McIntyre ...
Jerry
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Carl
Barbara Winters Pinto ...
Temp Agent (as Barbara Winters-Pinto)
Sammy ...
Himself (Mouse)
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Chuck
Richard M. Davidson ...
The John (as Richard Davidson)
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A quirky, romantic comedy about the complexity and frustration of finding a true love in the gay community. Marc is a struggling actor who finds an apartment in NYC by searching the obituaries. He lives with his out-of-work, eccentric fag-hag Cynthia. His best friend, Robert, is secretly in love with Marc, while Marc falls head over heels for flighty studio musician David. Things heat up as Marc's desire for David keeps him waiting by the phone, while Cynthia gets financially cut off from her rich parents and Robert struggles to express his feelings for Marc. Written by John Deming <jfdeming@sprynet.com>

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Greetings from Greenwich Village.


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Cynthia: This place is FABULOUS! And I don't use the "F" word loosely.
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A fun and sweet little movie
1 January 1999 | by (Long Island, NY) – See all my reviews

Two friends, a young gay man and his straight girl friend share an apartment in Manhattan and try to deal with life in the big city. Mara Hobel is very funny as the fag hag friend and the movie is light and comical as it explores the characters lives and loves. Seeing the film in a packed house of gay men in Manhattan made it clear that the filmmaker was pretty on target as the audience laughed with recognition through most of the film. A very fun movie!


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