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Keep The Lights On [DVD]
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It's 1997 and filmmaker Erik Rothman (Lindhardt) meets closeted lawyer Paul Lucy (Booth), through an anonymous phone sex line.
What starts as casual sex becomes a more permanent relationship as they start to build a life together, whilst each continues to privately battle their own compulsions and addictions. Their greatest challenge is down to Paul's increasing drug use, which threatens to pull them apart and over the years destroy the relationship.
A film about sex, friendship, intimacy and most of all, love, Keep The Lights On takes an honest look at the nature of relationships in our times.
Ira Sachs, director of 40 SHADES OF BLUE and MARRIED LIFE returns with his Teddy Award winning gay drama set in New York City, KEEP THE LIGHTS ON. Starring Danish actor, Thure Lindhardt (Angel & Demons, Into The Wild) and Zachary Booth (Dark Horse, Damages) and featuring stunning music from the late Arthur Russell.
4 Deleted Scenes
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Audition Video with Zachary Booth and Thure Lindhardt
In Search Of Avery Willard' Documentary
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I get the strong feeling that this movie script was written by an intellectual who lives in their head and has never experienced love from the heart.
I will give credit to the lead actor Thure Lindhardt, who was the only person to remotely seem human in this film. Save yourself from wasting money on buying this film - there are many other excellent gay themed movies you can buy instead, that will uplift you and not bring you down.
Very disappointed with this one and better to leave the lights off!
Mostly in English with a tiny bit of Danish, we follow the relationship of Lindhardt's character over several years, mainly in New York. It is a very interesting film and the viewer certainly gets to care about the main character. Very well made and worthy of a rewatch!
ALL three stars are for Thure Lindhardt, a beautiful man in every way, who plays gay characters better than any gay actor I can think of. I first saw him in the Danish movie Broderskab (Brotherhood), in which his excellent, subtle performance was overshadowed by Swedish actor David Dencik in the most powerful portrayal of a gay man I've ever seen. He doesn't have such intense competition in this movie, so he shines more brightly. Lindhardt is always worth watching, and - for me - he's the only reason this movie is.
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