Bedrooms and Hallways (1999)
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Movie InfoRose Troche (Go Fish) directed this British romantic comedy with various gay characters in London. Impish Darren (Tom Hollander) urges lonely Leo (Kevin McKidd of Trainspotting) to get a more active social life, as does neighbor Angie (Julie Graham). When friend Adam (Christopher Fulford) gets Leo to join the therapy group run by New Age-styled guru Keith (Simon Callow), Leo meets good-looking Irishman Brendan (James Purefoy), who's just ending a lengthy relationship with his business partner, Sally (Jennifer Ehle). Sally just happens to be Leo's high-school sweetheart. It's not long before Leo and Brendan pair off. Shown in the Market section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi … More
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Critic Reviews for Bedrooms and Hallways
While not a sophomore jinx, this serio comedy about the fluidity of sexual identity among a group of youngsters is a disappointing follow-up to Troche's brilliant debut the lesbian comedy Go Fish, lacking focus and style.
Its comedic approach is sledgehammer-subtle, with music slathered on to further force-feed the levity.
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