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'Departure' - Gay Coming Of Age Movie On Amazon w/NSFW Scenes

Have you searched the archives of your streaming media offerings for the gay stuff?  Some of it is clearly not worth watching while others have titles you're too embarrassed to have on the screen if company ever saw them.

I have not been satisfied with any of the offerings I've tried to make it through.  Call me an entertainment snob but the plot of many are non-existent or the gay sex scenes are nothing but a tease. 

We're not sure of this next one since I don't have Amazon Prime (yet), but the boys over at gay.fleshbot.com are saying it is worth the watch.

 

If you heard a gahhhgging sound emanating from the Midwest this morning, it was us finally seeing Departure, which features nudity from Alex Lawther, 22, and Phénix Brossard, 24! The French gay coming-of-age flick debuted at the Palm Springs Film Festival in 2015 but is just now making its way to gay eyeballs thanks to Amazon Prime. My eyeballs are seeing sexy boys and hot nudity, including the adorable Frenchie Phénix Brossard's penis and Alex Lawther's cute, tight ass. Throw in the fact that Alex's character is lusting over Phénix's stunning tight bod, and you've got one panty destroying flick on your hands! - gay.fleshbot.com

 

Would your coming of age movie look this good?  Be this erotic?  I won't be writing mine down to share with any movie makers anytime soon.

Have you found a good movie on your streaming media worth sharing with us?

 

h/t:  gay.fleshbot.com

EDIT:

Departure is on Amazon Prime, when it’s actually on Amazon Video. It needs to be rented, even for Prime members

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As of May 7, 2017, "Departure" is not available on Amazon Prime here in the U.S.

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I will have to update my Watchlist now!

However, I really can't wait for the inevitable interview with the two young actors when they say how this was the "first time either kissed a guy" or how supportive their girlfriends are or how they have been pushed and challenged as actors to go outside their comfort zones or whatever cliched answers straight actors give these days when they play gay roles and to signal to future casting directors and producers how totally hetero they are. 

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hetro here.  i just follow instinct mag for the articles  :-)

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