Tuesday, 28 December 2010


Title: Shortbus
Genre: Drama, romance, colour
Language: English
Country: U.S.A.
Location: New York
Format: DVD, PAL
Actors: Sook-Yin Lee, Paul Dawson, Lindsay Beamish, PJ DeBoy, Raphael Barker, Peter Stickles, Jay Brannan, Alan Mandell, Adam Hardman, Ray Rivas, Bitch, Hustin Hagan, Santi Carson, Jim Holmer, Stephen Kent Jusick, Yolanda Roes, JD Samson, Miriam Shor, Daniela Sea, Rachael Cyna Smith, Paul Oakley Stovall, Lex Vaughin, Justin Bond, and others
Unit Production Manager: Pamela Hirsch
First Assistant Director: Karen Kane
Second Assistant Director: Sarah Rae Garrett
Sound Design: Ben Cheach
Re-recording Mixer: Lora Hirschberg
Director of Photography: Frank G. Demarco
Producers: Howard Gertler, Tim Perell, John Cameron Mitchell

Executive Producers: Michael J. Werner and Wouter Barendrecht
C0-executive Producers: Ritchie Jackson & Bobbi Thompson
Associate Producers: Morgan Higby Night, Neil Westreich, Richard Wofford
Director of Photography: Frank G. DeMarco
Editor: Brian A. Kates
Co-producer: Pamela Hirsch
Original score: Yo La Tengo
Music Supervisor: Michael Hill
Production Designer: Jody Asnes
Costume Designer: Kurt and Bart
Animation: John Bair
Writer and Director: John Cameron Mitchell
Distributor: Universal Pictures / Fortissimo Films in association with Q Television
Region: 2

No. of Discs: 1
Year of Film Production: 2006
Year of DVD Release: 2007
Film Censors’ Office: 18 (contains strong real sex)

Film Release Date: 6th October 2006 (Canada)
Running Time: 1:37:02
Entry No.: 2009010

Entry Date: 21st December 2009

Shortbus explores the lives of several emotionally challenged characters as they navigate the comic and tragic intersections between love and sex in and around a modern-day underground salon. A sex therapist who has never had an orgasm, a dominatrix who is unable to connect and a gay couple looking to open up their relationship all converge on a weekly gathering called Shortbus, a mad nexus of art, music, politics and polysexual carnality.

Shortbus tells its story with sexual frankness, suggesting new ways to reconcile questions of the mind, pleasures of the flesh and imperatives of the heart.

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