100 MEN REVIEWED
“100 Men” starts as a gay director’s trek through all of the men he’s banged throughout the decades. While it could’ve been crass, the film goes super sad rather fast. For as far as the homosexual community has advanced, they lost so many pioneers and friends among the way. While the 94 minutes of the documentary might be a bit much for the conservative quadrant, everyone else should find something interesting. Historical assessments of cultural movements are brutally needed. I just feel like this could’ve worked as part of a bigger series.
- 1.85:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby 5.1
RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW!
The Plot Thus Far
100 Men reflects on 40 years of gay history via a countdown of Kiwi filmmaker Paul Oremland’s most memorable shags, featuring candid and moving interviews with past lovers.
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