Interesting film. There would be engaging clips, no doubt, that I'd love to see. Those guys french kissing behind the reporter was superb. Usually gay men kissing in public, when I see it depicted in media, has me somewhat cringe, and I'm not sure why, perhaps I consider the "straight" audience and how they will take it. But in this case, I smiled, and thought they were handsome, sexy, sensual, and playful, and I didn't make a "straight" person judgement about it other than to think it was pretty darn sexy.
I don't like old technology in terms of VHS recordings, that dull color etc. I must admit though, that something totally surprised me, and it could be its own topic on a forum, and that is I saw a 1970's production (before the AIDS scare) of a Falcon Studio porn shoot. I've never seen anything hotter. I was born in the '70's, and I've always despised everything from that decade as being ugly. I was totally taken by the magnificence of that porn shoot. The models were slim and trim, amazing muscle tone. They were not eating GMO foods, or certainly like is found everywhere today. They had a rugged masculinity to that was mind blowing, and they were intense on camera in their sensuality. These were not "gay for pay" for they wouldn't probably have been paid, or not much. These were real men with real passion for other men, and you could see the raw instinct and it was incredible to me. For the first time, I thought I wished I had lived in a different era. Lol.
I was glad they showed the clips from "Breakfast in San Bernardino" featuring skinny dipping parties. I would have been in my element there. Hanging out nude with other men, is so amazing to me, so natural. That, for me, is a fairly recent discovery, however.
And the old guy interviewed who started off the film, who is going to work him over to inherit that car collection (small model) he has? Hahaha. Someone may just be out in search of a sugar daddy. So unfortunate he lost his adopted son in early adulthood. I wonder what that was all about.