Is It Just Me
Is It Just MeIs It Just Me

Is It Just Me?

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ActorsNicholas Downs, David Loren, Adam Huss

DirectorJ.C. Calciano

From Gay Essential

Written and directed by J.C. Calciano, Is It Just Me? is a gay romantic comedy, released in 2011 and set in West Hollywood and Los Angeles, USA. The winner of The Rainbow Award at Honolulu Film Festival and Best Picture at Detroit Independent Film Festival, The film stars Nicholas Downs, David Loren and Adam Huss. Read More Here

“For once a movie offers a straight sidekick for the gay guy, instead of the reverse”
   Andy Webster, The New York Times

“A cheap, cheerful, and extremely gay take on the sunny L.A. romantic comedy”
   Michelle Orange, The Village Voice

Features:

  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: TLA Releasing
  • DVD Release Date: 25 Oct 2010
  • Run Time: 90 minutes

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Reviews

  1. :

    I just want to start by saying it’s nice to see a new gay film with some real talent to it. Yes the cast are very attractive and this does add to the film’s appeal but the acting from Nicholas Downs and especially David Loren are a joy to watch. Not since Shelter have I found it so easy to suspend my disbelief and submerge myself so fully into a piece of gay cinema, not once did I sit there and question whether I might be watching the efforts of a sixth form media studies class. That’s why personally this film goes right up there in my top forty gay films.
    For me the main highlights were David Loren’s performance as Xander and not just for being incredibly gorgeous, he really sold the sweet, adorable Texan musician persona and I found myself constantly looking out for each little facial expression and mannerism they were so adorable to watch. And the other highlight was definitely Bruce Gray as Ernie, Xander’s older gay landlord. Ernie was definitely the funniest character in the film and it was nice to see a believable gay father figure being portrayed on screen and even better that he wasn’t shown as just some lecherous older guy which is a stereotype too popular in gay culture.

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