Keep the Lights On is director Ira Sachs's movie about two guys--one a filmmaker and the other a closeted lawyer who works in publishing--who fall in love but continue to battle their addictions and compulsions. It's being touted as the "most honest portrayal of gay relationships" by some insiders and may be the gay movie you MUST watch in 2012. The film premieres at Sundance January 20, so we're sure to be hearing (and seeing) more soon enough. In the meantime, check out this teaser trailer--that includes a collage of images of nude watercolors, moody boys in bed (starsZachary Booth and Thure Lindhard), and plenty of other eye candy to keep you wanting more. The movie's website is actually even more as well, becoming a resource hub of stories about contemporary gay life and videos about queer cinema.
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