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Cut Sleeve Boys

Rating:R (for strong sexual content, drug use and language)
Genre:Comedy, Romance
Release Date:August 10, 2007
Running time:86 minutes
Cast:James Bridgeman, Ian Campbell, John 'Ebon-knee' Campbell, Gerard Canning, Stephen Carlill
Director:Ray Yeung
Producer:Chowee Leow, Ray Yeung
Writer:Ray Yeung
Distributor:Regent Releasing

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Description: Mel and Ash, two British Chinese gay men, attend the funeral of Gavin, a closet case from their university days. They start examining the crow's feet on their faces and the meaning in their lives. Mel, an aging scene queen with the ego of Norma Desmond, believes life is a beauty pageant with him always the winner. But how long can he sashay down the catwalk when his eye bags are bigger than his Gucci bags? And who is going to be waiting at the end of the rainbow when there is no place like home? Ash is tired of the jaded gay scene where steroid bodies and the Atkin's diet are the only offerings on the menu and all the macho posing only reveals a Farah Fawcett in the bedroom. Ash decides the only way for him to find a real man is to click on those Jimmy Choo's. Will his foray into the wonderland of tranny burrows and tranny chasers bring him his dream man? With witty one liners and an all male production of the Miss Pacific Rim Beauty Pageant, "Cut Sleeve Boys" is a quirky stir fried journey of self discovery and ultimately, a makeover of the British Chinese gay experience.

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