Komrades & Birch

Komrades & Birch

By Steve Kokker

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Writer/director Steve Kokker's pair of films explore the lives of Russian seamen and cadets with an unusual intimacy and in a gloriously homoerotic way. The short film, Birch tells the story of a gay seduction of a soldier. And the feature, Komrades goes behind the scenes with a group of naval cadets. (In true underground style, this film was made on low-tech equipment and is not of the highest image and sound quality.)

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Reasons to Buy

  1. This is a TLA Exclusive - you're not likely to find Komrades and Birch anywhere else.
  2. It's your duty as an American to keep your eye on the Ruskies - may as well watch while they're naked.
  3. A pair of unusual, low-tech films exploring the lives of Russian seamen and cadets with an unusual intimacy. - and in a gloriously homoerotic way. If you can get past the quality, you'll enjoy the imagery!

Information

  • Director: Steve Kokker
  • Writer: Steve Kokker
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: Dec 28 2010
  • Added: Nov 03 2015
  • Production Year: 2003
  • TLA SKU: 1761531
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • UPC Code: 807839004977
  • Catalog #: DV2034911

Reviews

4 Reviews for Komrades & Birch

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Review by Scott Cranin

By: Scott Cranin
In-House Review - Dec 08 2010
Komrades (64 minutes):
"He was standing in front of the country's largest naval college, the Admiralty in St. Petersburg. The first Russian sailor I'd ever met. We struck up a conversation and agreed to meet later that evening. I didn't expect... Read More

Review by AHiLife

By: AHiLife
but that soon morphed into sorrow. I watched "Birch" first (as it was the "Directors" first film).
"Komrades" is nothing more than a longer version of "Birch" I will say this, if I had the foresight to video interview every "straight" boy that c... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
"Komrades" and "Birch"
A TLA Exclusive
Amos Lassen
The people at TLA are going into the vault of GLBT cinema and releasing films that we ordinarily not get a chance to see and these fill a void in the history of our cinema. Already rel... Read More

Review by Jrb79

By: Jrb79
Poor quality film, very dark shots. I would definitely never watch again.

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