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9 Dead Gay Guys (2002)

Two Irish lads stumble through London's gay scene.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Glen Mulhern ...
Kenny (as Glenn Mulhern)
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Byron
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Jeff
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The Queen
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Donkey-Dick Dark
Fish ...
Old Nick
Simon Godley ...
Golders Green
Carol Decker ...
Jeff's Wife
Raymond Griffiths ...
The Desperate Dwarf
Abdala Keserwani ...
Dick-Cheese Deepak
Karen Sharman ...
The Iron Lady
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Nev
Steven Woodhouse ...
Father Ted
John Michaels ...
Third West African Brother
Rickardo Beckles-Burrows ...
Second West African Brother (as Rickardo Beckles-Burrowes)
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The story of two lads from Belfast as they stumble their way through the London gay underworld in search of 'gainful employment'. This being the offering of sexual favors to older gay men in order to subsidize their respective giros. However, when one of the lads accidentally shags a punter to death, they are forced to look for 'work' elsewhere. It is then that they discover the myth of 'The Bread in the Bed' - a huge bed full of money. 'Nine Dead Gay Guys' is the result of the ensuing caper as the lads begin the search for the elusive bed. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for strong sexual content including pervasive dialogue, and language | See all certifications »

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Nove Gays em Perigo  »

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Trivia

Golders Green (the name of one of the characters in the movie, who claims to be a very religious Jew) is actually the name of a middle class bedroom suburban type neighborhood located in the London Borough of Barnet. It was sparsely populated before 1900, but grew rapidly through most of the 20th Century, having an especially notable Jewish population, including a large contingent of Orthodox and Hasidic Jews, such as the character of Golders Green. See more »

Connections

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Killed By Death
Written & Performed by Motörhead
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records
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Laughed my ... off!
27 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

This film may seem politically incorrect on the surface, but a closer look will reveal that through the use of comedy, the film forces the viewer to examine one's views toward people who are different than one's self, and then the script very skillfully makes the point of reminding the audience that stereotypes are simply not true and just a bunch of BS. Not only does the film teach us a lesson, but it is absolutely hilarious! Campy and raucous to the hilt, it's like a John Waters movie on steroids. I haven't laughed so hard in a long time. A Great film! (Note: this film is definitely for mature audiences and not suitable for general family viewing.)


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