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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
Behind The Scenes
Audition Video with Zachary Booth and Thure Lindhardt
In Search Of Avery Willard' Documentary
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Top Customer Reviews
This spans a nine year period from 1998 and deals with the ups and downs, no pun intended there, with their relationship, trips to rehab, infidelity and the seeking of solace in hollow and empty sex, just like everyone's life at some point probably - if you are lucky enough that is. After all there is nothing worse than a dull life, but the problem with that is the pain that love can and often will put you through.
This is filmed in an unobtrusive way and the acting is all brilliant Thure Lindhardt really holds the whole thing together and comes across as both genuine and caring. There is a fair bit of horizontal gymnastics but all done in the best possible taste, so nothing too strong to worry about or indeed look forward to. This though is a very honest exploration of a relationship with all its' attendant problems and the inevitable ultimatums that only real love can force you to make.
This is mostly in English with a touch of Danish with a run time of 101 minutes but is so engaging that it feels shorter, whilst there are some painful to watch scenes, that is only because the actors have gained empathy which draws you into their story. This is for fans of gay cinema and actually anyone who cares about relationships or a love story that hurts- recommended.
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!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Boring. Nothing happens, vacuous chat, self-reflexive. Gays struggle to find their way, sleep around, take drugs, meaningful pause, HIV angst, can't communicate, moody shot,... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dr Robert A Nagaj
Great price and DVD, was exactly as the description said it would be.Published 12 months ago by MR JOHN S MCLAREN
As a writer of M/M stories, I watched this film with high expectations. The story line sounded promising; stormy gay relationship, drug addiction and co-dependency. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jessie Lansdel