Dorian Blues Boxcover

Pay Per Minute

As low as 8 cents/min

Download $14.99

+ Stream for Life

Stream for Life $5.99

Stream only

Rental $3.99

Stream for 7 Days

DVD

Dorian Blues

Sometimes finding yourself is just a matter of checking the closet.

Witty, knowing, and immensely entertaining. Dorian Blues is a delightfully off-kilter coming-of-age tale from debut writer-director Tennyson Bardwell. Adolescence is proving a pain for Dorian (Michael McMillian). He's an outcast and the butt of classmates' jokes at high school and his football her brother (Lea Coco) is constantly rescuing him. But everything finally begins to make sense when he realizes that he's gay. Before his archconservative dad (Steven C. Fletcher, in a hilarious role) can throw him out of the house, he's off to NYU where he encounters a new world of cafes, sophisticates and handsome men, but his life proves just as frustrating as his world back home.

From the hysterical dinner table political discussions to the serious family moments and less-than-perfect life in college, the film's writing and acting is directly from the heart and always rings true. Prepare to laugh out loud with this first-rate gay comedy.

Released:Feb 21, 2006
Length:1 hrs. 24 mins.