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||IMDB Rating: 4.7/10 from votes
||Release: 21 July 2013 (USA) /
||Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
||Director: Greg Chandler,
||Stars: Andrew Glaszek, Chris Graham, Glenda Lauten, Jeremy Neal, Sara Jecko, Valerie Ryan Miller
||Synopsis: Birch, a young man living in the Catskill Mountains, reunites with his childhood friend from the city, Andrew.
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I recently watched 'Leather' with about two dozen gay nudists, gathered
around a good-sized, living room monitor. After an hour or two of
cordial meeting-and-greeting over beer, wine and assorted munchies, the
group sat and considered their viewing options from the half-dozen or
so DVDs available. Dispensing with a few super- heroes and hearing a
recommendation from one naked soul and an 'I heard it was good, too'
from another, the butt-naked crowd settled in with a beer in one hand
and a 'this had better be good' in the other.
The movie quickly establishes a light, easy-going, and very natural
feel. The characters enter and unveil their relationship within the
context of a departed father figure and two strong, handsome young men
with close or familial ties to the dead man. The scenes are all set in
a large cabin or its surrounding forest. Simple enough, except the
director deftly uses those trees and trails and feral sounds to create
another major player in the piece. The forest is never just a set. It
becomes an observer to the unfolding drama, a silent Greek chorus.
Often, when a key scene plays out, the director doesn't 'cut'. The
camera lingers a few more seconds on something or even on nothing; but
the effect is to let the emotions marinate a moment and to leave the
viewer with a sense that he, too, is surrounded by woods, by nature,
watching as the growing tensions play out. The result inevitably
The story is basically man re-meets man, upon the death of a shared
paternal figure. Their backgrounds are clearly established in broad
strokes and in small, telling, visual hints that draw the viewer into
the conflict that shapes the work's dramatic arc. Sure- handedly, the
script sets the two men into a bound, but bitter, rivalry for the
departed's love, attention - and his estate. The two leads in the piece
are both beautiful. Early thirty- something, there is the urban ginger
- smart, confident, worldly and accomplished. His manly charms are on
full and tasty display, as are those of his bearded, bearish,
dark-haired counterpart. The camera's foreplay on their hunky bodies is
tantalizingly slow, but nothing is left to the imagination as the drama
moves towards its climax. If you're hunting for a sexy drama - with
gorgeous, naked, lovemaking men you'll definitely find the right
trail in this forest.
What makes the movie stand out is its deft, light directorial touches.
Anyone can shoot two hot guys circling and then entwining each other.
But it takes a surer hand to make you care about those two men. It
takes an accomplished director to make you feel the forest and feel the
tension and feel the warmth that is generated from the script. The
director allows both the confines of the cabin and the wilderness of
the forest to edge the story along as we get to know the two leads.
Their first non-confrontational scene uses two clever cinematic tricks
first, it introduces the physical nakedness of the clashing
personalities as they literally and metaphorically strip down and open
up in the communal waters of a forest pond. Second, it entices the
viewer by placing the camera at a slight distance from this action.
With unfocused reeds and grasses between you and the naked players, you
voyeuristically observe their initial conflict and are slowly drawn
into their growing intimacy as the two leads work through their
differences. The camera becomes a participant in the action, sneaking
up and cautiously approaching, incrementally drawing the viewer into
the rising heat of the exchange.
Similarly light, natural and clever touches throughout the film pull
you further into the story. The most dramatic scenes are allowed to
play out like a theater piece. There are amazingly few cuts in scenes
with two or even three actors who interact in a highly emotional manner
without the interference of constant cutting and reversed reactions
shots. Like the best Woody Allen pieces, the camera becomes a quiet
observer, never encroaching on or undermining the power of the words
being spoken. The effect, again, creates a natural fluency which
strengthens the drama by pulling you deeper into the action. Also
notable within the director's able bag of tricks is his lighting. I can
attest, as a photographer, that cabins and forests and fires provide
very daunting challenges when you're trying to convey a natural
intimacy. Leather's night scenes are often lit with no more than a
naked bulb or a campfire; yet, the director has turned these challenges
into advantages by using that restrictive lighting to support the
delicacy of the dialogue and to power the dramatic drive of the
storyline. It's a very nuanced and effective approach.
It's not the greatest movie ever shot. And the underwritten, overacted
role of the soon-to-be-ex-lover of one of the two leads lurches from
one gay cliché to the next. But this is an otherwise well acted, well
constructed, and thoughtfully directed and photographed flick that
delivers a beautiful and often erotic tale told in a convincing and
very pleasing manner. If the audience with whom I viewed the movie is
any measure, only three butts rose from their seats one to get
another beer and two because their beers had run their course. The
consensus among the entire group :: 'Hey that was really good !!'
'cuz it was.
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