Turkish drug dealer Nazim (Eralp Uzun) finds his masculine façade starting to crumble when he falls in love with punkish bi-sexual David (Florian Sonnefeld), and inadvertently incurs the wrath of David's rebellious girlfriend (Bebe Ebner). Now the more Nazim begins hanging out with David, the more his rowdy friends begin to suspect that something is amiss. Is David dating Nazim just to rebel against his bourgeois Jewish upbringing, or have these two men finally discovered true love under the most unlikely of circumstances? ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi … More
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No. Not on any level. Nowhere in this sad sack of pieces thrown together is there anything resembling a coherent, emotional or engaging movie. The three leads engage in a lot of staring, brows furrowed and general consternation. She's cheating on her boyfriend with a druggie...who is so in the closet he fights a guy at a bar who touches him but has sex with her boyfriend. Imagine where all this ends. Straight never gets to connect these people in any meaningful way, let alone create a fully realized world. The movie isn't even game enough to show nudity. That may have helped the entire endeavor. Or maybe not.More
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