Cowboy Junction GAY Interest
2006, 98 min
Director: Gregory Christian
Cast: Gregory Christian, James Bobby, Elyse Mirto
The hottest Cowboys in the west all find themselves falling victim to the vast desert wasteland of sex, deception, and revolvers that is Cowboy Junction. In this part of the west, the only things a lonesome heart can count on are a bullet in his pistol and his undeniable fate! And for one husband and wife, nothing will ever be the same!
\"It\'s melodrama of Tennessee Williamsian proportions as an often shirtless, sweat-dripping gay cowboy enters the home of a secretly gay man and his sexually unsatisfied wife. Mix and stand back!
\"One of the more unusual offerings in the festival, Cowboy Junction offers a surreptitious romance, steamy sex, one sexually-frustrated wife, a doe-eyed gay cowboy and a horny, married, gay man who wants it all. The results? A turbulent, emotion-and-sex-packed ride through suburbia which makes the women of “Desperate Housewives” look like god-fearing virgins in comparison. A chiseled, but tender gay cowboy (James Bobby) is picked up by a married man in an almost surreal gay pick-up area in the parched desert. After their passionate quickie, the husband (Gregory Christian) brings the hunk home, telling his young wife (Elyse Mirto) that he is the new handyman who will live in the back garage. Lies are built on lies, as the two men begin an affair under the increasingly suspicious wife’s nose. And making matters worse, the sexually frustrated wife has her own plans for the often shirtless and sweaty cowboy. How will this turn out? Only bad, my fellow filmgoers, only bad. With the pent-up secrets and sexuality of a Tennessee Williams play, this wildly enjoyable, super-charged melodrama delivers a potent punch and is a real festival discovery.
- Raymond Murray is the author of \"Images in the Dark\" and the Artistic Director for the 2006 PIGLFF.