Over the Edge (2011)

Over the Edge (2011)

Director Webster Forrest

Writer Webster Forrest

Genre Crime, Drama, Romance

Year 2011

Actors Danny Bedford, Sean Hart, Fenella Fielding, Phillip Davey

IMDB : 3.3 (55 votes)


Description Daringly unique and sexy, Over the Edge is a wild trip through the dark side of gay cinema. Med-school dropout Jason is in a funk. Working as a photocopier repair-man he can't bear the ...


  • Tiago Tavares 2012-11-21 21:17:18
    Well... I wish all 360p looked like this one!
  • fbssssssssss 2012-11-10 21:09:46
    The most interesting documentary movie that I have ever seen. I had a lot of fear in several moments- quite unusual in this type of movie..
  • Zlatko Becirevic 2012-11-05 00:42:52
    Looking like x man
  • adidasDC 2012-10-09 22:22:52
    This movie is awesome, I wish I could own the blu ray I tried to buy it online but I don't think European versions work here in the US, I had to download it to watch it but I want the blu ray so bad
  • Der Elefant 2012-09-28 16:35:37
    i tiped "tttttttttttttttt t t t t t t t tt t t tt t t t ttt t t t tt tt t ttt tt t t t t tttt tttt tttt tttt tttt tttt tttt tttt ttttt ttttt t tt t t t t t tttttt tt t ttttt t t t t t t tt t t t t t t tt t t t t t ttttttttttt tt t t t t ttttttt t t ttt t t tt t t t t t t t t tf t t t t t t t t t t t" to find this WTF ???
  • SycoDannnnn 2012-09-27 14:15:31
    On a potato it sure is
  • Mendas el mismo 2012-09-24 19:07:15
    To Jordancanadian, actually John Mc Guinness is not a teenager, Paul Dobbs, the rider who died forty years old on 2010 edition. Of course is risky, like many other activities men world over do on a daily basis, for fun, for excitement, for whatever reason really. And Bryanbeus, if we go trascendental what about human freewill?. They are happy living the way of their openly expressed will, just like you sitting on the sofa. But to their credit, they do not critisized or censured what you do.
  • jordancanadian 2012-09-21 14:46:17
    so true man, i would rather die on a bike than on i sidewalk. it simple really.
  • bluedick321 2012-09-15 17:10:32
    I think bryanbeus makes an uncomfortable point, young men take appalling risks, older men tend to be more catious and aware. It is biology really, young men are fighting for social position, pussy, admiration, greatness etc (unconciously sometimes), older men accept their position more. Like it or lump it risk takers (heroes) are more attractive and admired.
  • Bruce1004PL 2012-08-20 12:03:46
    What music start 0:31 ?
  • Bryan Beus 2012-08-15 03:32:49
    —get maimed, what about the people here who will have to take care of you for the next 50-odd years? Do you think they'll be happy about it? By all means, go race bikes, just be smart about it.
  • Bryan Beus 2012-08-15 03:32:41
    I'm glad that you're happy. There are other people who care about you and want you to be happy, both when you're on the bike and when you're not. Throwing away a life 'for fun' sounds foolish, not exciting, but nobody's standing in your way. Just be careful. If you throw away your life, what if that's perceived as ingratitude by any spiritual powers that be? How will they respond? And if you —
  • BloodMagex 2012-08-14 00:48:49
    Racers aren't going to give you a straight answer as to why they do what they do. But one thing's for sure, we're here to have a good time, not a long time. Any gearhead, petrolhead, racing fan, car fanatic, etc, has a mutual understanding of each other, even if one of them dies. They understand that they died what loved to do. If you want to die in a quiet room, alone, but happily, then good for you. We'll die doing something fun, loud, and exciting. Happily too. Good luck with your boring life
  • Bryan Beus 2012-08-07 09:53:03
    Just be careful. Ten, fifteen, twenty years from now, if there's a death or serious injury in your past, either involving yourself or someone you love, you may feel differently. And it may be too late to change anything. There's lots of ways to have fun in life without throwing ourselves headlong into death. And the bravest thing I've ever tried to do (and at which I usually fail, and have never completely succeeded) is to sit quietly, in a room, alone, and be happy. Good luck to you.
  • Bryan Beus 2012-08-07 09:52:52
    "that crash" ...I assume you get my meaning. If people are throwing themselves headlong into death, someone ought to notice and say something. Life is AWESOME. It's not worth throwing away for one cheap thrill.
  • Jordi Eslotes 2012-08-07 07:59:12
    fuck of and go away to planet mercurio
  • jacobell18 2012-08-06 11:29:35
    1-I'm 17 and don't have a son or daughter 2-The guy who was in that crash survived. I've seen interviews with him about the accident. 3-The dumb fuckery I was referring to was you comparing it to the speed of light. You can make pretty much anything sound tiny if you put it in comparison 4- If I did have a son that died in a motorcycle crash at isle of mann I could rest easy knowing that he died doing what he loved and it was probably a quick death
  • ObliskWA 2012-08-06 08:39:24
    the rider from that crash lived.
  • Bryan Beus 2012-08-06 07:15:15
    If that was your son at 1:03? Could you walk away from his body thinking that the this moment of adrenaline was worth every experience he could have had thereafter? And also the times you could have shared together?
  • jacobell18 2012-08-05 11:52:34
    This is one of the stupidest things I have ever read...

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