Tan Lines

Tan Lines

By TLA Releasing

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Strip down to your swimsuit and wax your board as surf and skateboard culture receives a queer attitude when a cute surfer boy falls in love with his best friend's brother.

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Reasons to Buy

  1. Gorgeous surfer dudes in love.
  2. The sensual massage scene.
  3. Jack Baxter in a bathing suit (see cover).

DVD Features

Audition Tapes
Director's Commentary
Short Film by Ed Aldridge: Astro Boy's Fear Of Gravity

Information

  • Director: Ed Aldridge
  • Producer: Ed Aldridge
  • Writer: Ed Aldridge
  • Length: 1 hrs. 36 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: Jul 24 2007
  • Added: May 10 2007
  • Production Year: 2007
  • TLA SKU: 1328809
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • UPC Code: 758149700557
  • Catalog #: DR24765909
  • Custodian of Records:
    TLA Releasing
    35 Rumson Road Rumson, NJ 07760

Reviews

average rating
3
.20
out of 5

12 Reviews for Tan Lines

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Review by Lewis Tice

By: Lewis Tice
In-House Review - Jul 20 2012
Midget Hollows (Jack Baxter) is an Australian surfing and partying machine who has to share a bed with his mother in their small apartment. Feeling claustrophobic from such living conditions and small town life, Midget spends his time with his buddie... Read More

Review by Averywunz Akridick

By: Averywunz Akridick
As quirky as they come, you will likely either hate this film or come away very satisfied, thinking "well you don't see that every day". I was in the latter group. I regret none of the 97 minutes of my life donated to watching it.

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
"Tan Lines"
A Child of the Sea
Amos Lassen
There is something about a surfer boy just as there is something alluring about the ocean. They are both beautiful, mysterious and seemingly out of reach. Or so I thought until I saw "Tan Lin... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by Janorm

By: Janorm
Well, finally a flick from Down Under that is really great!! Aldridge has outdone himself in this myoptic story surrounding this young coming-of-age(puberty) man, who happens to e a sufer, in a small coastal town. All of the characters surrounding... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by Tom O'Leary

By: Tom O'Leary
This movie is a wonderful surprise---a small gem, really. The photograph on the DVD and the title are actually misleading. The actor on the cover is not the lead, though he is good.

The standout performance in TAN LINES is the by the act... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by jason onyx.

By: jason onyx.
This is one of the hardest films to review.
It was priceless in it's accuracy of the mind set of the characters. The acting is spot on by all, specially Jack Baxter as Midget.
It is not really an overly plot driven film, but a realistic... Read More
1.00 out of 5

Review by John Frame

By: John Frame
Tan Lines is a shockingly low quality film from whatever angle you might consider. There are simply no good points.

It should have been edited down to a maximum 15 minute short film - that's more than enough time to effectively capture ev... Read More
3.00 out of 5

Review by Derek

By: Derek
I bought this movie based on the photo of the bronze surfer with his board shorts hanging slightly below his hips. I imagined this movie would be nice eye candy, and enjoyable, and then simply forgotten afterward. I was mistaken. This film was more ... Read More

Review by JJ-99202

By: JJ-99202
this film was ok. yeah it had me say the words W T F a couple times . and the scene when he looks in the toilet is priceless. but i will say the last scene wont spoli it but on the boat that pissed me off. and kinda ruined it 4 me. he has a guy tha... Read More

Review by Green Giant

By: Green Giant
First off the budget most have been at the most $1.99. not
only that but the color is quite uneven at times. Also the
mucho nudity mentioned in the above review is all rear view.
the absense of frontal nudity is well kind of bogus. a... Read More

Review by Penn State

By: Penn State
I liked Tan Lines this movie is a purchase and not a wait and rent. Midget is a sincere character who is torn betwen the straight world and the gay world - as you can see he has no problem "getting it up" with women, but yet needs the love of a man. ... Read More

Review by canadalaw

By: canadalaw
I got to see this film at Inside Out, the LGBT film festival in Toronto. The theatre was packed and sold out.

It was a cute film, definitely had its eye candy. The weird happenings at the mansion are indeed odd and never really explained... Read More

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