Culture Q Connection | Release Date: June 21, 2002
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PaulS.Jul 18, 2003
This movie has real depth. You can't help but become emotionally attached to the character Bobby Blue. The last scene was very clever and poignant. It's nice to see more gay film coming out like this. It's something for This movie has real depth. You can't help but become emotionally attached to the character Bobby Blue. The last scene was very clever and poignant. It's nice to see more gay film coming out like this. It's something for everyone to watch and learn from. Expand
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LeonardoS.Sep 16, 2002
I felt the role of Bobby Blue was done justice by actor Alex Feldman. The part was not as well written as it could have been but was performed better than most would have hoped. Feldman starts to show his dept as an actor here in this film. I felt the role of Bobby Blue was done justice by actor Alex Feldman. The part was not as well written as it could have been but was performed better than most would have hoped. Feldman starts to show his dept as an actor here in this film. I believe we have not seen the last of him. Expand
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HaggisMcbrylcreemOct 9, 2003
A flawed movie, certainly (why IS that pimp bar always empty of customers?) but fine performances and a confident camera keep it interesting.
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