Nothing is left to the imagination in Stephen Shypitka’s Some Boys Do sexy gay tale about one’s search for love and the meaning of life. When Chance arrives in Vancouver, he sets his sights on a band of dysfunctional half-Irish brothers. There’s Doran, the middle child, Cabhan, the sexually confused youngest brother and Derry, the oldest offspring — a handsome and straight rugby player.
Rounding out this pack of bitches are Matt, a hopeless romantic who has fallen for the well-intentioned but ultimately greedy bisexual Reggie, and Leo, the resident den mother and aging queen in full crisis of her own (she is turning 70 in a day, and she’s old and broke — God help her)!
No one will be safe when things come to a head on Doran’s birthday! Who will end up with whom? Who will make it to the finish line and survive unscathed this mystery theater called life?
Authentic, funny and touching relationships. Not the usual fare here, but love should never be! Plenty of pretty boys, skin and sex thanks to that hot mess Chance (played by French actor Gregori Holderbach), an infamous “ballcuzzi” scene and straight athleticism provided compliments of Irish hunk Derry (Andrew Brian Smith).