A Scene From James Franco's Newest Gay Sex Film
I told you about Interior. Leather Bar., the short Sundance Film Festival attraction--co-directed by and costarring James Franco--in which lost footage from the controversial 1980 film Cruising is reimagined.
Well, Franco delivers again.
After observing some light bondage and light moaning, he--playing a version of himself--talks about the restrictive way show biz always presents straight sex as the norm, adding that while they're all too willing to portray people getting killed, they always refrain from depicting gay sex because it's supposedly too distasteful.
Bless Franco's heart for going on this crusade--and if he wants to add to even more depictions of real-life gay sex, I know a lot of people who'd like him to come over.