Logofb

Trailers...

  • Luana Muniz - Daughter of the Moon
  • Music for When the Lights Go Out
  • Grey Violet - Odd One Out
  • Avalanche (The)
  • Corral (El)
  • Isósceles
  • Mater
  • Llegará la noche
  • Those Long Haired Nights
  • Nosotros, el documental
  • Philosophy in the Alcove
  • Calendar Girl (The)
  • Casa da Xiclet
  • Vergel
  • Venus
  • Transfigurations: Transgressing Gender in the Bible
  • Public Intimacy
  • Sergei, the Last Psychedelic
  • Macho
  • Feliciano Centurión: abrazo íntimo / al natural
  • Suspiciously Large Woman: Bob the Drag Queen
  • Artykul Osiemnasty
  • Dear Freddy
  • Sperm and the 11 Eggs (The)
  • So Long Suburbia
  • 26 de Diciembre
  • Alpha Delta Zatan
  • My Cousin Rachel
  • Dark Days
  • Walk of Fame
  • Feel Good to Say Goodbye
  • Golden Boys
  • Diario (Il)
  • Legends of Courage Project
  • Ludwig/Walkenhorst - Der Weg Zu Gold
  • Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments
  • Lean on Pete
  • Housewife Alien vs. Gay Zombie
  • Hand Grenade
  • Anchor and Hope

Very Natural Thing (A)

USA, English, 80 mins

  • Director: Christopher Larkin
  • Writer: Joseph Coencas; Christopher Larkin
  • Producer: Christopher Larkin

CGiii Comment

People may say pleasant things about this...because, it is from an older (and supposedly wiser) generation but, in reality, it is a badly acted and written piece of CRAP.

The Boys in the Band was its worthy and better predecessor, here we get the nudity (and an orgy, rather groundbreaking) and nothing else of merit.

Larkin never wrote nor directed anything again - no loss there...but, he will be remembered as one of the first directors to introduce gratuitous sex, moronic dialogue and the employment useless actors - many have been misguidedly inspired by him.

Old junk that has, ceaselessly, inspired new junk.


Trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

When David, an ex-monk still in his twenties meets Mark, he falls hard; soon he's asked Mark if they can live together. Things go well for awhile, and then differences in their definition of "commitment" begin to push them apart. Mark wants other sexual adventures, David tries to go along. Can they talk through the crisis in their relationship or is a breakup in the offing? David sees his relationship with Mark as a marriage, so if it ends, can David's heart ever heal?

Cast & Characters

Robert McLane as David;
Curt Gareth as Mark;
Bo White as Jason;
Anthony McKay as Gary, the Roommate;
Marilyn Meyers as Valerie, his Fiance;
Jay Pierce as Alan;
Barnaby Rudge as Langley;
A. Bailey Chapin as Minister;
Scott Eisman as Student;
Michael Kell as Boating Family;
Sheila Rock as Boating Family;
Linda Weitz as Boating Family;
Robert Grillo as Edgar;
Howard Blakey as Charles;
George Diaz as Miguel

Leave a comment

Please login to leave a comment. Optional login below.