Lifestyles: A Cultural Look at Gay Male Sexuality Vol. 1 (DVD) REGION 1 NEW!

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Lifestyles: A Cultural Look at Gay Male Sexuality Vol. 1 (DVD) REGION 1 NEW!

Films Include

Taxi Zum Klo

This legendary queer cinema classic garnered both critical acclaim and controversy upon its original release in 1981. Through his gritty portrayal of a gay schoolteacher's dual lifestyle - one that combines daily lesson plans and nightly hookups in public bathrooms - director Frank Ripploh laid bare the secret habits of underground gay culture and contributed to the birth of the queer film genre.

Uncle Bob

In 1974, Robert Opel streaked the 46th Academy Awards and rocketed to stardom. Now, his nephew Robert Opel presents this fascinating documentary that illuminates the story of the gay San Francisco photographer and gallery owner who lived a life of political activism - and occasional public indecency - until his murder in 1979.

Kink Crusaders

Go behind the scenes at the annual International Mr. Leather competition, where men from around the world gather to compete for the title of Mr. Leather. Once a small niche community, leather has gone mainstream. As Kink Crusaders delves into the lives and aspirations of it contestants with humor, tasteful eroticism and pathos, it reveals a group of men for whom spiritual connection, openness and understanding are the true definition of masculinity.


Taxi Zum Klo
Interview With Director Frank Ripploh for Taxi Nach Kairo
Pictures & Video Of The Max-Ophuls-Preis' Film Prize Celebration
Frank Ripploh's Illustrated Idea Album With Pre-Production Pictures Of Taxi Zum Klo

Uncle Bob
Photo Gallery
Official Trailer
"Red, White, And Blue Me" Music Video
Interview With Director Robert Oppel
Complete/Uncut 1979 Interview With Robert Opel & Divine
Trip Back Forward: A Short Film By Robert Oppel Featuring The Cockette

Kink Crusaders
Featurette Top 20 Jockstrap Competition
Extended Interviews
The Leather Curtain

Please Note:

Region 1 : Region 1 titles are suitable for US and will only play in Australia and New Zealand if you have a MULTI –REGION DVD player or a Region 1 DVD player.

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