There's an e-mail making the rounds that urges gay moviegoers to "support" gay-themed films by being sure to attend on the crucial opening weekend. It cites a similar effort to encourage blacks to support black films from the outset. I myself have urged readers to support various films that might be overlooked, but it's all a futile enterprise: No one in the history of the movies has purchased a ticket to "support" a film. People only go because they really want to. Besides, what message would it send to "support" a gay film like "Trick"? The message, I suppose, would be that gays should have romantic comedies just as dim and dumb as the straight versions--although I cannot offhand remember many recent straight films this witless.
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12 Movies Curious Gay Kids Watched In The '90s
Christian Bethune Campbell born May 12, is a Canadian-American stage and screen actor, writer, and photographer. He is married to actress America Olivo. Campbell was born in Toronto , Ontario. Campbell's maternal grandparents ran a theatre company in the Netherlands and his paternal grandparents were also performers. Campbell's parents divorced when he was three years old. He and his sister, Neve, resided largely with their father who received custody of the two , with regular periods at their mother's home.
1999’s Gay Indie Classic ‘Trick’ to Get a Sequel
If you were young and figuring yourself out, these were the flicks you paid extra attention to. We might not have been out in the '90s — we might not even have realized we were gay — but there were certain movies that captured our attention. For the most part, these weren't heavy-hitting dramas: it would be another decade before we could fully appreciate films like Philadelphia , for example. But these movies gave us some hint of a life we both craved and feared.
But Fall saw Pitoc in an NYC play where a group of men, a muscled Pitoc among them, were dressed only in their underwear while reading monologues. Fall admits to not initially getting the sense that the actor was vulnerable enough from his first audition but fate thankfully intervened. He was really wonderful and sweet and vulnerable and everything Gabriel needed to be, and then he came, it was perfect. Tori Spelling as Katherine: Spelling was a big TV star at the time from starring on the original Beverly Hills but she auditioned with everyone else for the role of wannabe actress Katherine. She did the diner scene and it just was so hysterical and great.