House Of Boys DVD

House Of Boys DVD
A hit at film festivals the world over, 'House of Boys' is a glamorous, colourful coming-of-age story with a powerful message, lifting the lid on an exciting world of sex and music, where deep passions suddenly turn into a struggle for courage. It is 1984. Frank is a determined teenager who runs away from high school to find an alternative lifestyle in Amsterdam. He finds a home and a job at the House of Boys, a bar-cum-brothel run by a strict Madame (Udo Kier) who has an eye for what his punters crave. Frank works his way up from barman to on-stage dancer and falls in love with some of his housemates. The first intimations of what is described as 'the gay cancer', casts a long shadow over Frank's tight-knit group of friends. Yet despite the troubles that cloud the hopes and dreams of young Frank, his perseverance, along with support from a willing doctor (Stephen Fry), will carry him through. Featuring music from Spandau Ballet, Soft Cell, Dangerous Muse, Jummi Somerville, Roy Orbison and The The.

Special Features
Picture Gallery Trailers
Specifications
Aspect RatioNot Specified
AudioEnglish Dolby Digital 5.1
BBFC18
Case TypeAmaray Single
CastLoic Peckels, Layke Anderson, Harry Ferrier
ColourColour
DirectorJean-Claude Schlim
Discs1
FormatDVD
HOH (Hard of Hearing)No
LanguageEnglish
RegionDVD 2
Released2011-08-29
Run Time114
Special Features
Year2009

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Tags: 2000s, Gay