A DC-based gay sex website becomes home for a serial killer with a flair for exhibitionism. The life of controversial young artist Manny Yates is shattered when murder penetrates his close knit circle of friends causing him to question those friendships, life in general, and all the relationships around him. Hamilton, a gay detective with an attitude and an agenda is on the case in more ways than one. Written by
More explicit non-simulated versions of the sex scenes were filmed but not used, though in some scenes it's clear the acts are not simulated despite being shown at angles to obscure penetration. See more »
Living in a world of too many choices and too little inspiration, I feel like I grasp onto a fresh idea and gobble it down like I'm starving before it has a chance to come to fruition.
I'm hungry, too. Let's go get a sandwich or something, huh? Hm? Come on, Chippy.
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Wonderful! I Loved the soundtrack, great up and coming actors, and a refreshing new genre in the world of Gay-themed movies.
It amazes me how such a great movie can be ruined by the incompetence of the people in charge of presenting it. I saw Opencam at the Lincoln Theatre, DC. Not only did the projectionist fail to play it on widescreen (cutting out a lot of the image and the opening credits), but obviously projected it darker than it was intended, and he was sleeping when his system crashed, leaving the audience staring at a snowy screen! eye ya Yay!
I was impressed, however, by the audience in the theater.. they stayed on to finish out the movie. In the end, the 'sold-out' theater cheered and applauded validating Opencam's creativity and success. Looking forward to more of Robert Gaston's psycho gay thrillers. Thanx.
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