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Metrosexuality

Metrosexuality
Year Released:
1999
Country:
UK
Language:
English
Director(s):
Rikki Beadle Blair
Studio:
TLA Video
Length:
225 minutes
Genre:
Drama
Gayness:
Totally Gay
Film website:
Metrosexuality

Actor(s):

Rikki Beadle Blair (Max) ; Noel Clarke (Kwame O'Rielly) ; Rebecca Varney (Asha) ; Paul Keating (Dean) ; Davey Fairbanks (Bambi) ; Karl Collins (Jordan) ; Silas Carson (Jonno) ; Helen Sheals (Hilly) ; Carleen Beadle (Cindy) ; Dee Dee Samuels (Doris) ; Michael Dotchin (Robin) ; Pui Fan Lee (Jaye) ; Preeya Kalidas (Flora) ; Frances Lima (Gerri) ; Matt Harris (Daniel)

Synopsis:

Metrosexuality is a fast-moving, funky, streetwise comedy drama series set in Notting Hill. It's boy meets girl, boy meets boy, girl meets girl and every combination in between in the high-speed world of skating, cycling, cellphones, emails, cafes and shopping of contemporary London life. Kwame (Noel Clarke) is 17, beautiful, and terminally straight, with raging hormones. He is struggling with all the insecurities of any adolescent boy. His gay dad Max (Rikki Beadle Blair) is superdad, supermum, the original bitch on wheels who is trying to stay young. There are only two things Kwame really wants - for Max to get back together with his other dad, Jordan, and Asha, a seventeen year old angel. Focusing on Kwame's immediate family, his father and their friends, lovers and relatives, Metrosexuality explores the extended 21st century family of today.

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