|Boy Culture is the candid confession of "X," a wildly successful male escort. After ten years of sex-for-pay, "X" gets romantically entangled with his two hot roommates and a reclusive elderly client, Gregory. But before Gregory will agree to sex, he tells an unsetting love story spanning fifty years and dares "X" to try something he hasn't felt in years: emotion.|
Based on the critically-acclaimed novel by Matthew Rettenmund and directed by Q. Allan Brocka (writer of Eating Out 1 & 2), Boy Culture takes on issues of sexual mores and emotional risk with a witty and incisive voice, revealing the leap of faith that love demands.
"Sleek, absorbing drama! A cerebral blend of insight, wit and raunchy self awareness. Jeannette Catsoulis, The New York Times
"Bristles with intrigue and sensitivity. Metro Times
"Thought provoking, emotionally penetrating, super witty, intense and revealing film. Go see this movie! Misty Eyes, JumpOnMarksList.com
"...Q. Allan Brocka's master thesis! San Diego Gay & Lesbian Times
Editor's NoteBased on the novel by Matthew Rettenmund, this award-winning film follows the exploits of a male escort named X as he finds himself getting into entanglements with his two attractive roommates, as well as an older client who teaches him that he doesn't know everything about life and love.
|Cecil Gentry - Production Designer|
|Jenny Hinkey, et. al. - Producer|
|Joshua Hess - Cinematographer|
|Matthew Rettenmund - Based On Novel By|
|Philip Pierce - Screenplay|
|Phillip J. Bartell - Editor|
|Q. Allan Brocka - Screenplay|
|Q. Allan Brocka - Director|