On the Bus Trailer

On the Bus Trailer (2002)

09 June 2002 97 mins

Take six young gay guys, one bus, seven days, and ten video cameras. Add a trip to Burning Man - a festival of radical self-expression in the desert - and you get this self-aware documentary. What begins as the pilot of a reality-based internet program evolves into a longer project delving beyond the apparent stereotypes of its cast: young porn star, Jason; sexy actor-slash-waiter, Charles; brash Swedish Olympic diver, JMY; witty music composer, Damon; plus the project's permissive producer, Billy, and its at times frustrated young director, Lance. As addictive as your favorite reality TV show, but addressing much deeper questions, this is a trip you won't want to miss

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