Pretty Boys, TheBy Water Bearer Films
Sex. Drugs. Rock and Roll. The way it was. Los Angeles, 1973.
"The Pretty Boys" are a glam rock band on the verge of finishing their long, drawn-out new album. There is one song left to record - but the whole scene has gone haywire. The lead guitarist is strung out on heroin, the singer's new boyfriend is the kid supplying drugs from the record company and the rest of the band has quit in disgust. Ripped from stories about that time and shot in lurid locations frequented, back in the day, by bands like the Doors, Love and The Seeds, this new film from acclaimed gay writer/director Everett Lewis (FAQs, Skin & Bone, Luster, Lucky Bastard) has hot boys, heavy drugs and orgiastic sex that show how creative collaboration can crash along the jagged road of fame and destruction.
Reasons to Buy
- Everett Lewis is one of our favorite gay indie filmmakers. He is also the man behind FAQs, Skin & Bone, Luster and Lucky Bastard.
- This movie takes place in 1973 - back when sex was safe, drugs flowed freely and music rocked.
- The "Pretty Boys" in this movie are exceptionally hot - and often in various states of undress.