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Plan B

Written and directed by Marco Beger ?Plan B? is another example of a great gay narrative film on a small budget. Latin America has become a big source of gay cinema. This Argentine production presents two straight guys involved in a love triangle that end up falling in love with each other. The movie shows exceptional scenes that display the level of intimacy this couple of guys develop in the most natural way.

Most of the storyline involves a great deal of mind games and ego challenges that creates an environment of uncertainty and sexual interest between these gorgeous Argentinean guys. The game of seduction is present during the entire movie. You can almost feel the attraction that is leading the two characters to a climax of emotion and passion; first becoming best friend and ultimately lover.

The actors did a fantastic job portraying two regular guys in a conflicted situation. The dialogs are very real, so real in fact that I would not be surprise to know that some of them were improvised. You will be happy to know that both guys spend a lot of time in bed wearing briefs ? some bulge is shown – but unfortunately there?s no nudity. Don?t worry there are some sensual scenes that will leave you very pleased .

Plan B is an adorable romantic gay movie. I sincerely recommend this movie. You will relate to the audacity and the realism of this film.

Here I give you the synopsis extracted fromPLAN B WEBSITE

Bruno (Manuel Vignau) is dumped by his girlfriend; behind a calm, indifferent expression, his mind plans a cold, sweet revenge. She, a modern girl, keeps on seeing him once in a while, but has another boyfriend Pablo (Lucas Ferraro). Bruno becomes Pablo?s best friend, with the idea of eroding the couple, may be introducing him to another woman. But, along the way, the possibility of a plan B arises, even more effective.