Boys On Film 7 : Bad Romance

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Boys On Film 7: Bad Romance

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Boys On Film 7 : Bad Romance

Release Date: September 26, 2011

Year    :   2011
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Production Companies    :   Peccadillo Pictures
Director    :   Joachim Back, Kim Jho Gwang-soo, Alain Hain, Lauren Wolkstein, Étienne Desrosiers, Christoph Scheermann, Michael Rozanov, Tamer Ruggli, Christopher Radcliff, Christopher Banks, Tomer Velkoff
Producers    :   Tivi Magnusson, Johanne Stryhn Hørby, Alain Hain, Jason Mills, Rachel Noel, Sam Bisbee, Erika Hampson, Christian Potalivo, Étienne Desrosiers, Sang-bum Han, Michael Rozanov, Tomer Velkoff, Andy Jalfon, Oliver Dresselhaus, Joonhan Lee
Writers    :   Anders Thomas Jensen, David Rakoff, Min Yong-geun, Kim Jho Gwang-soo, Jason Mills, Lauren Wolkstein, Étienne Desrosiers, Christoph Scheermann, Michael Rozanov, Tamer Ruggli, Christopher Radcliff, Christopher Banks, Olga Sitobotsky, Katti Djisuk Schroeter
RunTime    :   164 mins.

Experience an alternative take on attraction with Boys On Film. Bad Romance explores the darker side with a collection of edgy and sexy short films, including: Alain Hain's "Curious Thing" starring Danny Bernardy and Matthew Wilkas; Christoph Scheermann's "Cake and Sand" starring Bartholomew Sammut and Jan Andreesen; Michael Rozanov's "Watch Over Me" starring Guy Kapulnik and Davidi Hoffman; Joachim Back's "The New Tenants" starring David Rakoff and Jamie Harrold; Kim Jho Gwang-soo's "Just Friends?" starring Lee Je-hoon and Yeon Woo-jin; Étienne Desrosiers's "Mirrors" starring Xavier Dolan, Stéphane Demers, and Julie Beauchemin; Christopher Banks's "Communication" starring Rudi Vodanovich and Alexander Campbell; Tomer Velkoff's "The Traitor" co-starring Shmulik Goldstein; Christopher Radcliff and Lauren Wolkstein's "The Strange Ones" starring David Call, Tobias Campbell, and Merritt Wever; and Tamer Ruggli's "Cappuccino" starring Benjamin Décosterd and Manuela Biedermann.




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