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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Strand Releasing
  • Release Date: April 15 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00I4CWIVU
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Bonus Features Include Interviews with James Franco and Travis Matthews Not Rated RT 85 Mins Audio DD2 Dolby Digital Stereo UPC Code 712267331925

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William Friedkin's 1980 film Cruising, starring Al Pacino as a cop that goes undercover to find a killer in New York's gay S&M leather bar scene, ruffled so many feathers in Hollywood he had no choice but to remove 40 minutes from his film in order to appease the MPAA and avoid an X rating. This footage has never seen the light of day, leaving many to speculate about the alleged scenes of graphic gay sex that had to be axed from the final release.

Thanks to James Franco – who, for reasons unknown, has become obsessed with all things gay-related of late—and a partnership with queer filmmaker Travis Mathews, the 40 minutes of missing material have been reimagined in a project entitled Interior. Leather Bar.

Straight macho actor Val Lauren is cast to play the part of Pacino, and a slew of men—supposedly both straight and gay—are brought in to fill out the roles of the stereotypical gays at the S&M club (men in chaps, harnesses and jockstraps).

In what can be described as an intellectual exploration of social norms and preconceptions of gay sex, Franco spends a portion of the film prodding Lauren to see just how comfortable he is, or isn't, with the notion of queer coitus. Franco describes gay sex as "beautiful and attractive," which leads Lauren (conveniently) to point out that Franco is involved with Disney—having just finished shooting Oz: The Great and Powerful—and that it's incredulous that he would want to do a project at the opposite end of the spectrum. In typical Franco fashion, he doesn't care and wants to push the boundaries of Hollywood in an oblique, but titillating, manner.
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After so much build-up this is a total bore. Most of the 'movie' is a documentary about preparing for it with James Franco and his cronies discussing this and that --- and Franco more or less finally coming out as gay. The actual bar scenes could have been out-takes from any of the Babylon scenes from QUEER AS FOLK a few years ago.
Why bother?
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Though its style may turn some people off, I found this movie to be incredibly interesting. As a straight person, this movie really makes you think about the way people are brought up to think about gay people and their lifestyles. Beautifully shot and unflinchingly raw, this is a fantastic documentary.
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This is a documentary about re-staging the missing bar scenes from the movie "Cruisin'. " At best it's interesting to see who is cast as whom, other than that it's an okay way to fill in an hour on a rainy day. Pick it up if it's deeply discounted.
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Not What I expected.
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