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Mulligans – A Sweet Gay Film – 2008 Canadian romantic drama film written by actor/writer Charlie David and directed by Chip Hale.

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Mulligans is a 2008 Canadian romantic drama film written by actor/writer Charlie David and directed by Chip Hale.

Plot[edit]
Tyler Davidson invites his college buddy Chase home for summer break on Prospect Lake. The Davidson Family appears practically perfect in every way to Chase, in contrast to his own dysfunctional family whom he is not close to. After continued attempts by Tyler to set up Chase with local girls, Chase comes out to Tyler and tells him he is gay. The family attempts to support Chase, and Tyler’s father Nathan in particular begins to spend substantial time with him. Soon Nathan begins to realize that his own long-suppressed feelings toward men are resurfacing, and he has become attracted to Chase. These attractions turn in to a brief affair, which is soon witnessed by Nathan’s wife Stacey and later by Tyler. Once in the open, Nathan and Chase try to come to terms with the effect of their actions on others, as the friendship between Tyler and Chase is ruined, and Nathan attempts to keep his family together. Nathan ultimately decides to leave Stacey, Tyler, and their daughter at the family’s summer home, while he drives off to re-evaluate his life alone.

Cast
Dan Payne as Nathan Davidson
Thea Gill as Stacey Davidson
Charlie David as Chase Rousseau
Derek James as Tyler Davidson

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This Could Be the Night is a 1957 MGM comedy-drama film directed by Robert Wise. Stars Jean Simmons and Paul Douglas. Actor Anthony Franciosa made his debut in this film.

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This Could Be the Night is a 1957 MGM comedy-drama film directed by Robert Wise. The movie is based on the short stories by Cornelia Baird Gross and stars Jean Simmons and Paul Douglas. Actor Anthony Franciosa made his debut in this film.

Anne Leeds is a school teacher with only four weeks of experience. She takes a part-time job as a secretary to an ex-bootlegger and horse-playing gambler by the name of Rocco. He’s a Broadway nightclub owner with a heart of gold who falls in love with Anne. However, he knows he’s too old for her, so keeps his feelings to himself.

Anne “thinks” she’s in love with his younger partner Tony Armotti, a typical playboy type who is afraid to fall in love because it might mean marriage. Tony lives in a walkup apartment above the nightclub, where he often entertains beautiful women. The stairs to the apartment are on the alley behind the club.

The entire nightclub loves Anne but Tony resents her because he wants to take care of her and protect her. Eventually after confronting Tony, Anne quits because Tony tells her he does not love her and never will. After she quits the entire nightclub patronizes Tony over whether Anne quit or was fired. He goes to where she is currently working and, after helping her escape when police raid the gambling den, convinces her to take back the job she quit.
Cast[edit]
Jean Simmons – Anne Leeds
Paul Douglas – Rocco
Anthony Franciosa – Tony Armotti
Julie Wilson – Ivy Corlane
Neile Adams – Patsy St. Clair
Joan Blondell – Crystal St. Clair
J. Carrol Naish – Leon
Rafael Campos – Hussein Mohammed
Zasu Pitts – Mrs. Katie Shea
Tom Helmore – Stowe Devlin
Murvyn Vye – Waxie London
Vaughn Taylor – Ziggy Dawit
Frank Ferguson – Mr. Shea
Chuck Berry – Cameo appearance
June Blair – Chorus Girl
Bess Flowers – Nightclub Extra

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Four More Years (Fyra ar till) Gay Love Story – Buffy Saint Marie “Circle Game”

Directed by
Tova Magnusson-Norling Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)
Wilhelm Behrman …
(written by) Cast (in credits order)
Björn Kjellman Björn Kjellman …
David Holst
Eric Ericson Eric Ericson …
Martin
Tova Magnusson-Norling Tova Magnusson-Norling …
Fia (as Tova Magnusson)
André Wickström André Wickström …
Jörgen
Sten Ljunggren Sten Ljunggren …
Josef

Political party leader David Holst, one of Sweden’s most popular politicians, is handsome, funny, popular and predicted as the country’s next Prime Minister. But what at first appears to be an easy victory turns into a humbling defeat as another party wins the elections and four more years of leading the country, Then, when David suddenly falls in love, the problem is not that he’s already married or that he’s fallen in love with another man….but that the man he’s fallen head over heels in love with, Martin, is the only man on earth he cannot love. He is an up-and-comer in the rivaling party that won the elections! David is risking everything – his family, his party and his own name. If they can’t keep their relationship a secret, a public scandal could be a career destroyer. But David doesn’t have the nerve to play this kind of game and eventually the mistakes and misunderstandings pile up and their love is threatened to be lost. Almost. “Four More Years’ is a funny, daring, clever and extremely romantic comedy, proving once again that love conquers all.
– Written by Quintiane (IMDb )