Darryl Stephens plays Pete Logsdon-just a guy in Philadelphia who happens to have a history of getting involved with married men. His father, played by veteran Richard Lawson and his ... See full summary »
Director Patrik-Ian Polk provides exciting character developments, brilliant cinematography and life lessons for all, particularly for members of the black LGBT community. Cameos by key actors from the Noah Arc series are visual delights.
Christmas in the charming town of Briar Falls will be bittersweet this year when architect Nell (Hinton) goes back to her hometown having been given the job of turning the historic Majestic... See full summary »
The never-ending search for Mr. Right takes a surprise detour into totally unexplored territory with "Punks." This sparkling, rhythm-and-blues-driven romantic comedy is the story of four ... See full summary »
In the suburbs of Buenos Aires, Gabriel has just moved in with his colleague, Juan. Shy and reserved, Gabo is reluctant to follow Juan's wandering hands and meaningful looks. With a ... See full summary »
For Kevin, a shy teenager, being bullied is part of everyday life. But one day an older guy, Benny, comes to his aid. Impressed by Benny's self-as-sured appearance, Kevin seeks his company ... See full summary »
Jarl Lando Beger,
It was nice to see gay black men portrayed realistically. I had a chance to see the screening in New York City along with some friends. The love scene was very tasteful. All of the characters were addictive to watch. For a movie in unchartered waters, it has done well. The producer & director will hopefully be the ones to watch in the future. The director also directed the movie "Punks" (which I missed) and that movie still hasn't come out to DVD; but when Noah's Arc hits the shelves, I will be one of the first to purchase the DVD when it comes out.
In the future, if we can see some gay black females share the screen, then it will get a 10!
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