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Hunky writer Markus (Andreas) returns home to find his boyfriend of four years naked with another man. Newly single, he begins waiting tables at a swinging Chelsea hotspot where the indelible supporting cast of co-workers offers conflicting directions on the off-road map to love and lust in New York City.
Slutty Summer (2004)
Director: Casper Andreas
Writer: Casper Andreas
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Duration: 85 min
Stars: Casper Andreas, Christos Klapsis, Virginia Bryan, Jeffrey Christopher Todd, Lance Werth, Jamie Hatchett
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Hunky writer Markus returns home to find his boyfriend of four years naked with another man. Newly single, he begins waiting tables at a swinging Chelsea hotspot where the indelible supporting cast of co-workers offers conflicting directions on the off-road map to love and lust in New York City. Peter insists on holding out for “the one”, and Marilyn vows by her “dating commandments.” Meanwhile, lascivious Luke promises the film its title by delivering firecracker quips on the joys of his sexcapades. He believes that sleeping around is the best medicine for a broken heart. Despite disillusion, Markus falls for gorgeous model Tyler who doesn’t “do relationships” because how can you promise to love somebody forever? Surprising twists, and unlikely advice await, but by the end of one unforgettable SLUTTY SUMMER, happily ever after may just be the answer.
User Review – imdb
This movie received highest rating because it portrays life in America at a particular point in time in a particular micro-culture as it exists today. The film teaches about not just diversity of various cultures, but also teaches on human interactions, relationships in LGBT micro- cultures. It also displays the human aspects of relationships that are so therapeutic to someone who has no background about this culture, or I should say, cultures.
Artistic quality is simply beautiful, acting is unassuming, the movie was entirely based on sincere attempt by actors to portray their culture for the benefit of the audience. From humor to tragedy, from friendships to love, the acting is simply beautiful.
Representation of reality is probably the category that receives the highest ranking: many times we all strive to present our cultures in glamour, in positive terms: the best thing about this movie is presenting to us a portion of reality that is just the way it is, without more, without less. That made this movie a wonderful movie. Representation of true reality in cinematography would probably be a very difficult task. I applaud the producers and all who made this movie. The film is a valuable addition to human culture.