The Boys in the Band (1970)

The Boys in the Band (1970)
 

Director William Friedkin

Writer Mart Crowley (play), Mart Crowley (screenplay)

Genre Drama

Year 1970

Actors Kenneth Nelson, Frederick Combs, Cliff Gorman, Laurence Luckinbill

IMDB : 7.7 (2,950 votes)


 

Description Tempers fray and true selves are revealed when a heterosexual is accidentally invited to a homosexual party.

Comments

  • James Reyes 2016-06-23 16:35:51
    If you love great gay flicks like Philadelphia, Brokeback Mountain, and Finding Nemo among others, Then this classic dramedy about a gay boy's party The Boys in the Band is one classic flick to remember. From the Director of The French Connection & The Exorcist. And based on the hit play by Matt Crowley.
  • Infinite Brain Coral Void 2016-01-26 04:54:40
    Forget the datedness of the film - all I can think about is the datedness of this trailer! I mean, it's almost 3 minutes of very weird cuts
  • Lowell Thomas, Jr. 2015-07-21 20:42:27
    This was a great film with a great cast, but as Cliff Gorman became more prominent, it was hard NOT to think of him as Emory ! LOL
  • Analog Child 2015-05-15 01:31:21
    It makes me so sad that young gays have never seen (or even heard of) this pivotal piece of cinema but can name every contestant on RuPaul's Drag Race. I'm not even that old (37) and I've got no time for modern gay culture. Give me "The Boys" over a reality show about finding the perfect pair of tucking panties any day!

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