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  • Actors: Forth Richards, Benji Crisnis, Jake Casey, Womack Daryl, Peter Petersen
  • Directors: Bernard Shumanski, Harry Shumanski
  • Producers: Bernard Shumanski
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: TLA Releasing
  • DVD Release Date: 1 Mar. 2010
  • Run Time: 74 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002XT38LE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 50,193 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A sexually-explicit drama about a gay teens tumultuous decent into drugs and anonymous sex, Wrecked smashes cinematic taboos while it spins its cautionary tale. Ryan is an earnest 18-year-old trying to develop a career as an actor and getting his life on the right track. This course is quickly threatened with the sudden arrival of his sort-of ex, Daniel, who arrives at Ryans door wanting a place to stay and offering the promise of a normal, loving relationship. But Daniels drug addiction and attitude towards casual sex derail any hope for normalcy and soon ensnares Ryan in his own downward spiral. Handheld cameras, a hot young cast and a boldly upfront approach to sex combine to make Wrecked a unique film experience.

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a provocative and hypnotic film that, like Shortbus, dares to take risks and cross lines --newyorkcool.com

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Wrecked will more than likely find an audience due to its explicit depiction of sex and the carnal plunge of one young man (Ryan) into the depravity of anonymous sex and drugs. This depravity is ultimately caused by the arrival of his ex boyfriend Daniel, who unlike Ryan is a master of deceit, manipulation and the selfish desires of a man obsessed with his own pleasure. Ryan is merely a means to an end as Daniel uses him to satisfy his sexual and drug fuelled desires, whilst playing scant regard to the consequences of his actions. This destruction is made self evident in both their lives, as one eventually erodes into a shadow of his former self and the other merely disappears.

Ironically Ryan has moved out of home and is in the process of establishing himself as an actor, and in doing so seems intent on breaking from his past. Daniel is his Achilles heal, and far from being ignorant to this fact he willingly embraces it. He knows that Daniel is bad for him in many ways, but cannot or more accurately will not break free from the control he so masterfully weaves over him both physically and emotionally. Throughout the film he attempts to justify this weakness or stubbornness by describing it as a 'desire' to help Daniel. He is unable to explain this fully in his discussions with you the audience and thus is never able to convince himself or the observer. He is captive to the charm, desire and flagrant lust of Daniel, and ultimately makes a choice which `wrecks' him. In my opinion this choice is embraced and the decent that follows amount to nothing more than a lazy defeat. The irony is that he is far from a weak character, and the fact that he is attempting a life on his own is evidence of his ability to make decisions and take a stand.
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'Tripe, with erections' would be nearer the mark. This is desperately badly executed, largely pointless, semi-pornographic junk. I feel a bit sorry for the young men who were exploited in the course of its making. The one star I've given it is for them; no-one else involved deserves anything.
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what can i say about this film that has not already been said, poor acting rubbish and no sense story line a very very poor film, so it had more sex than usual, but if i wanted to watch porn i would have bought something far far better, if you want to watch a film with a lot of drugs and a bit of sex fine but if you want something that will make you come back for more forget about it, ive given it one star only because i can,t give give it none, please there are so many better films out there dont buy this rubbish
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This most be one of the worst movies I've ever seen. Just one word, garbage, so that's where it will end up in the garbagebin.
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If you are looking for a great story or even good action then look elswhere. Not worth the viewing. Go on Gaytube.
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Absolute rubbish. I will never understand how people raise money (in this case, obviously little) to make a feature-length film like this. I can't blame the amateurish actors (who seemed to be trying to badly improvise a script), but there is no excuse for the producers, directors or technical crew. Atrocious sound, weird (not in an interesting sense) lighting and set decor. An embarassing waste of time. The explicit sex can be better found in a low budget porn film- which, at least, doesn't pretend to be anything else. Gays are reputed for having good taste in artistic endeavors- this film certainly doesn't prove that.
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To some degree this is nothing more than a gay porn movie with a boring in-between story. And for this purposes it serves well, too. The lads are nice :-).

However, in some other way of perception, the film adds something more to it, especially through its end. I am not yet decided, how to really judge it. As a piece of "crap" or a piece of art.

Anyway, it is not too long and the DVD not too expensive, so you may have a try.

There is not much to say about the DVDs technical details, the quality of the picture is not intended to be superior, adding some atmosphere to the film, since it looks somewhat "homemade". Everything else is fine.
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WRECKED (74 minutes) is one of those films that you quickly realise will prove annoying, but you remain reluctant to hit the stop button... not least because of a (futile) faith that something original might happen to make the film worth your time.

The (sketchy) plot is centred around Ryan, an archetypal, 20-something, ineffectual, vapid young queen. For reasons that remain unclear, he is being interviewed and photographed by an art student - which serves as the device to reveal that Ryan is still suffering from a painful break-up with his ex-, Daniel. The latter was a heavy drug user, and generally lied, stole, and treated Ryan with contempt. Now Ryan's life has finally begun looking up, as he lands his first acting job in a play. But - inevitably - Daniel returns, claiming to be ready for a fresh start. Immediately he's up to his old tricks... will Ryan get hurt a second time around?

The cast generally do their best with the script, albeit occasionally appearing uncomfortable. (The most entertaining characters are in fact secondary - the sleazy director and acerbic assistant director of Ryan's play.) The film is shot on an extremely low budget, and suffers at times from poor lighting and equivocal sound quality. The camera work involves a mishmash of documentary-style reportage and grainy close-ups, which comes across not so much artistic as intrusive.

No doubt the goal of WRECKED was to created a portrait of a lonely young male making soulless connections. The directors evidently put a great deal of energy and love into this project, but unfortunately it has nothing new to say.
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