Hugo wrote:He was pretty nonchalant about it and the conversation he had with his girl friend alluded to that, how she mentioned her guy friend from uni and all.
The random hook up in the bathroom was too much though, not that it felt unrealistic, but because it was such a small pub, everyone seemed to know what they were up to in there. That felt forced.
I don't think the movie is perfect by any means, but the actors had good chemistry.
I agree... but they needed to break them up somehow in order for the British guy to decide what he wanted head on. I agree he was very nonchalant about his sexuality - to an extent - but the horse trailer sex without kissing is so typical of a ‘straight’ guy who doesn’t want to be ‘gay’, and then there was his gran crying over a condom...
My interpretation is he was a bit muddled at the start, but wasn’t really fussed if he was gay or not. It was refreshing to see someone embrace it without making a song and dance about it, and for his gran - despite the crying scene - to embrace it and encourage him to go after his man without making it a coming out scene.
Anyway, the entire film reminded me of me and my farm hand dalliances growing up, so I enjoyed it for that reason too - but I never had sex in the mud. Stables yes, mud wrestling sex? Hell no, I don’t do mud
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