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Boys On Film 21: Beautiful Secret 2021 123movies

Boys On Film 21: Beautiful Secret 2021 123movies

Mar. 01, 2021123 Min.
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Watch: Boys On Film 21: Beautiful Secret 2021 123movies, Full Movie Online – BOYS ON FILM 21 invites you on a voyage of emotion-soaked self-discovery, where same-sex attraction is celebrated, first loves are tenderly formulated, and beautiful secrets burn and bloom..
Plot: Those boys you know and love are back! Boys On Film invites you on a voyage of emotion-soaked self-discovery, where same-sex attraction is celebrated, first loves are tenderly formulated, and beautiful secrets burn and bloom. Volume 21: Beautiful Secret includes nine complete films: Theo James Krekis’s “Memoirs Of A Geeza” starring Elliot Warren and Tony Richardson; Joe Morris’s “We Are Dancers” starring Hans Piesbergen and Simon Eckert; Zachary Ayotte’s “My Dad Works The Night Shift” starring Victor Boudreault, Antoine L’Écuyer, and François Trudel; Loïc Hobi’s “The Pier Man” starring Hubert Girard and Youssouf Abi-Ayad; Jason Bradbury’s “My Sweet Prince” starring Yodi Roodner; Abel Rubinstein’s “Dungarees” starring Pete MacHale and Ludovic Jean-Francios; Sam Peter Jackson’s “Clothes & Blow” starring David Menkin and Nancy Baldwin; George Dogaru’s “A Normal Guy” starring Vlad Bîrzanu and Pedro Aurelian; and Pierce Hadjinicola & Sinclair Suhood’s “Pretty Boy” starring Orlando Norman.
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So hard to review
This is a bit unfair. The films presented here were very variable in quality, storylines and acting ability. I’m afraid that some very good films are going to be dragged down by the utter bilge that most of the films consisted of.

The bilge? Memoirs of a Geeza, Dungarees, Clothes and Blow, My Sweet Prince. Really, if you have nothing useful to say or no story to tell, just be quiet and choose another career.

The absolute rubies amongst the dross? We Are Dancers and L’Homme Jetée. I loved even the clever title of the latter – I’m a translator but I can’t get the sense properly over in three words but maybe in four, “Jettisoned on the Jetty”. The two protagonists were perfect. Théo shone with his desperation and Giuseppe with his beauty – no, that’s wrong, it’s his horniness – and disillusion.

We Are Dancers provoked real emotion. I had an inkling of the selfless act that would happen before it was made clear. I was born after the war but it was a presence in my life through my parents. The sorts of choices that had to be made in Nazi Germany would have tested anyone anywhere. Some failed their exam, some passed. I hope the guys saved by Hansi Sturm, who was a real person, emulated his bravery. As his true ending is not known to history, this was necessarily an imagining of his final days.

In between? My Dad Works the Night Shift, A Normal Guy, Pretty Boy. The latter was clichéd but acceptable. I liked A Normal Guy particularly for its reading of the situation for gay guys in Romania – casual homophobia but more or less an acceptance of other lifestyles. My Dad Works the Night Shift? A pretty erotic set of circumstances leading to a denouement that I should have seen coming – the religious are often twisted. And an affirmation that it’s not always the older guy who makes the running.

If it weren’t for the two jewels, this would have got a two. The other acceptable films raised this to a six. As I said right at the beginning, this is unfair on all of the films – some deserved a one and others an eight. Well we work with what we have.

Review By: laduqesa
So hard to review
This is a bit unfair. The films presented here were very variable in quality, storylines and acting ability. I’m afraid that some very good films are going to be dragged down by the utter bilge that most of the films consisted of.

The bilge? Memoirs of a Geeza, Dungarees, Clothes and Blow, My Sweet Prince. Really, if you have nothing useful to say or no story to tell, just be quiet and choose another career.

The absolute rubies amongst the dross? We Are Dancers and L’Homme Jetée. I loved even the clever title of the latter – I’m a translator but I can’t get the sense properly over in three words but maybe in four, “Jettisoned on the Jetty”. The two protagonists were perfect. Théo shone with his desperation and Giuseppe with his beauty – no, that’s wrong, it’s his horniness – and disillusion.

We Are Dancers provoked real emotion. I had an inkling of the selfless act that would happen before it was made clear. I was born after the war but it was a presence in my life through my parents. The sorts of choices that had to be made in Nazi Germany would have tested anyone anywhere. Some failed their exam, some passed. I hope the guys saved by Hansi Sturm, who was a real person, emulated his bravery. As his true ending is not known to history, this was necessarily an imagining of his final days.

In between? My Dad Works the Night Shift, A Normal Guy, Pretty Boy. The latter was clichéd but acceptable. I liked A Normal Guy particularly for its reading of the situation for gay guys in Romania – casual homophobia but more or less an acceptance of other lifestyles. My Dad Works the Night Shift? A pretty erotic set of circumstances leading to a denouement that I should have seen coming – the religious are often twisted. And an affirmation that it’s not always the older guy who makes the running.

If it weren’t for the two jewels, this would have got a two. The other acceptable films raised this to a six. As I said right at the beginning, this is unfair on all of the films – some deserved a one and others an eight. Well we work with what we have.

Review By: laduqesa

Other Information:

Original Title Boys On Film 21: Beautiful Secret
Release Date 2021-03-01
Release Year 2021

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 3 min (123 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Drama
Director Zachary Ayotte, Jason Bradbury, George Dogaru
Writer N/A
Actors Antoine L’Écuyer, Maximilian Henhappel, David Menkin
Country Romania, Switzerland, Australia, United Kingdom, Canada
Awards N/A
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Boys On Film 21: Beautiful Secret 2021 123movies
Boys On Film 21: Beautiful Secret 2021 123movies
Original title Boys On Film 21: Beautiful Secret
TMDb Rating 4 3 votes

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