17 April 2008

Threesome (1994)


Threesome (1994)

Slatko sam se nasmijao gledajući ovaj film. Podsjetilo me na jedan dio mog života u kojem sam se našao u začaranom krugu između mog dečka i njegove djevojke. Doduše nije bilo baš sve kao u ovom filmu ali jeste nešto slično.
Kada joj je on rekao da voli i mene, ona mu je rekla pa i ja ga volim. On joj onda kaže:" Ja ga volim i onako....znaš !" A ona posle dva minuta ćutanja: " A ko koga.....ono?" On joj nije direktno odgovorio na to pitanje. Nakon nekog vremena mučnog ćutanja ona kaže:" To je divno, pa mi se toliko volimo da smo savršena trojka."
Sutradan kada mi je rekao šta je uradio ja sam toliko poludio i posramio se da sam se zaključao u kuću i nisam htio izlaziti vanka.
Jedva sam skupio hrabrost da se ponovo vidim sa njom.
Ipak nakon tog događaja više ništa nije nije bilo isto!

U ovom filmu je prikazana savršena trojka, jedan je "gay" , drugi str8 a između njih ona. Ovaj "gay" ustvari nije načisto sa sobom, dali voli muške ili ženske? Zbunjen totalno! Jedino je siguran da mu se jako dopada guza od njegovog cimera!

Film se lagano može odgledati u dokolici uz poslijepodnevnu kafu!


Director: Andrew Fleming
Writer: Andrew Fleming (writer)
Release Date: 8 April 1994 (USA
Genre: Comedy / Romance / Drama


Plot Keywords: Gay Crush / Female Nudity / Room Mates / Roommates / Catcher In The Rye

Cast


Lara Flynn Boyle... Alex
Stephen Baldwin ... Stuart
Josh Charles ... Eddy
Alexis Arquette ... Dick
Martha Gehman ... Renay
Mark Arnold ... Larry
Michele Matheson ... Kristen
Joanne Baron ... Curt Woman
Jennifer Lawler ... Neighbor
Jack Breschard ... Priest
Jillian Johns ... Partygoer
Amy Ferioli ... Partygoer
Jason Workman ... Medical Student
Katherine Kousi ... Laundry Girl
Kathleen Beaton ... Girl at Registration


Runtime: 93 min
Country: USA
Language: English



Wikipedia:

Threesome is a 1994 film, written and directed by Andrew Fleming. The film is an autobiographical comedy mixed in with some social commentary, and is based on the college memories of Fleming. It was given an R rating by the Motion Picture Association of America.

Plot:

The film starts out with two college students, the shy and intellectual Eddy (Josh Charles) and the All-American jock Stuart (Stephen Baldwin), ending up with a female roommate. The university thought that Alex (Lara Flynn Boyle) was a man (based on her name) and thus the three students are forced to live with each other until the university can move Alex to a female residence hall.

Alex falls in love and tries unsuccessfully to seduce Eddy; Stuart is in love with Alex, and Eddy falls in love with Stuart. The trio become good friends and scare off anyone who tries to seduce the other. Eventually, Alex, Stuart and Eddy agree to have an actual threesome and that seems to destroy the friendship, and raises the possibility that Alex might have become pregnant.

After the threesome they start to drift apart. Three weeks later the semester ends and Alex is finally moved to a female dorm. The next year Eddy got a single dorm with no roommate and the three continue to drift apart. Eddy (who acts as the film's narrator) eventually finds a boyfriend, Stuart finds happiness in a monogamous relationship with a woman and Alex remains single. While they drifted apart, only to see each other for lunch occasionally, they do not seem to regret the friendship they had while in college.

Criticism

Upon release, the film received mixed reviews. Critics such as Roger Ebert felt that film was unfunny, and that "Like many kids their age, these three are more bold in talk than action, and the movie sounds right; it sounds like undergraduate human dialogue, intended to shock, to liberate, to amuse." Yet, even Peter Travers' review for Rolling Stone magazine wrote, "We're supposed to get all teary when kinkiness threatens to break up a friendship that was hard to swallow in the first place. There's lots of glossy cinematography, courtesy of Alexander Gruszynski, as the three lovers wander the campus separately, looking contemplative. Now there's a laugh. Eddy, a film student, actually makes reference to François Truffaut's ménage ŕ trois classic, Jules and Jim. Eddy, you wish."

Post-Threesome video

The film has been viewed in a new light as one of a group of films marketed at Generation X, that were released in the early 1990s and which helped to pave the way for more openness in American cinema about human sexuality and more positive portrayals of gay characters.

In the years after the film, Baldwin became a born-again Christian, a member of the Republican Party, and occasionally makes public appearances with Republican officials. He has distanced himself from the film in interviews and has stated that he is not bisexual or interested in threesomes.


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