A very funny romantic comedy about one witty but plus-sized gay boy's attempt to find love in a world filled with superficial hunks.In a cinematic gay film world seemingly populated solely by gorgeous buff gay boys, is there any room for a romantic comedy starring a short, plump young man? Yes! Jonathan Lisecki (Gayby) stars as Bob, a lovelorn, portly, wise-cracking party planner who is in desperate need of finding Mr. Right. He may just have found that love of his life in the person of Andy (Nicholas Brendon), a sweet muscular chef. But with his catty friends commenting from the sidelines, his overbearing actress mom (the scene-stealing Ann Walker) interfering, and his own doubts, jealousies and fears undermining things, is there any chance for this affair to succeed? At times hilarious as it offers a sharp rebuke to the superficiality of gay men's body obsession, this fast-paced tale is a refreshingly original story of an odd duck finding love in a pond of swans. Running Time: 85 minutes Region: Region 2 Subtitles: English Release Date: 8 Dec. 2014
Bargain Deal: £4.99
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