DVD
Is It Just Me?
USA
Nicholas Downs & David Loren & Adam Huss & Michelle Laurent

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Bildformat: 16:9 (1.78:1)
Sprache / Tonformat: Englisch (Dolby Digital 2.0/5.1)
Untertitel: Deutsch
Ländercode: 0
Extras: Audiokommentar, Entfallene Szenen, Interviews, Featurette, Trailer
One of the funniest and sweetest gay romantic comedies in years, Is It Just Me? delivers a refreshingly witty take on one gay boy's search for Mr. Right. Cute, but unaware of his adorableness, Blaine (Nicholas Downs), a newspaper columnist can't seem to meet guys, let alone form a relationship. His beefy go-go boy roommate Cameron who has no shortage of willing partners can't understand why he doesn't pounce and enjoy some one-nighters. Instead, Blaine hides in his room and searches Internet chat rooms for a kindred spirit. He may have found one in the form of Zander, a shy recently relocated Texan. But when the time comes to exchange photos, Blaine accidentally sends an image of his hunky roomie, and things go from romantically promising to just confusing. This case of mistaken identity escalates when Blaine begs his roommate to go out with the charming, sandy-haired Zander. When it seems they hit it off, our lonely hero feels love has passed him by again... or did it? Think Cyrano de Bergerac by way of Eating Out, writer/director J.C. Calciano's first feature film is a hilarious, captivating winner. And the guys aren't bad either! Festivalteilnahmen (Auswahl): VERZAUBERT 2011

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- Audiokommentar von Regisseur J.C. Calciano und Hauptdarsteller Nicholas Downs

- "Dating Advice"

- Geschnittene Szenen

- Darsteller Interviews

- Casting Aufnahmen

- Cast und Crew Interviews

- Original Trailer

- Filmvorschau

- Wendecover


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One of the funniest and sweetest gay romantic comedies in years, Is It Just Me? delivers a refreshingly witty take on one gay boy's search for Mr. Right. Cute, but unaware of his adorableness, Blaine (Nicholas Downs), a newspaper columnist can't seem to meet guys, let alone form a relationship. His beefy go-go boy roommate Cameron- who has no shortage of willing partners -can't understand why he doesn't pounce and enjoy some one-nighters. Instead, Blaine hides in his room and searches Internet chat rooms for a kindred spirit. He may have found one in the form of Zander, a shy recently relocated Texan. But when the time comes to exchange photos, Blaine accidentally sends an image of his hunky roomie, and things go from romantically promising to just confusing. This case of mistaken identity escalates when Blaine begs his roommate to go out with the charming, sandy-haired Zander. When it seems they hit it off, our lonely hero feels love has passed him by again... or did it? Think Cyrano de Bergerac by way of Eating Out, writer/director J.C. Calciano's first feature film is a hilarious, captivating winner. And the guys aren't bad either! Festivalteilnahmen (Auswahl): VERZAUBERT 2011


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- Audiokommentar von Regisseur J.C. Calciano und Hauptdarsteller Nicholas Downs
- Dating Advice
- Geschnittene Szenen
- Darsteller Interviews
- Casting Aufnahmen
- Cast und Crew Interviews
- Original Trailer
- Filmvorschau
- Wendecover
Auf der Suche nach der wahren Liebe sieht Blaine als Kolumnist von USA Togay täglich, was es heißt, in einer oberflächlichen Metropole wie Los Angeles zu leben: Aussehen ist alles. Eines Tages trifft der Romantiker auf einer Dating-Website den eben erst zugezogenen Cowboy Xander. Mit dem niedlichen Musiker scheint der scheue Schreiberling endlich einen Volltreffer gelandet zu haben. Zu spät bemerkt Blaine, dass er sich unter dem Profil seines promiskuitiven Mitbewohners Cameron eingeloggt hat. Nicht genug der falschen Fährte, bittet er den Männer verschlingenden GoGo-Tänzer Cameron, an seiner Stelle zum ersten Treffen zu erscheinen. Das kann nicht gut gehen - oder doch?

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