Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1982From start to finish, this adaptation of Jean Genet’s novel about a dangerously handsome murderer plays like the love child of Pierre et Gilles and Tom of Finland.
Fetishes abound (soldiers, sailors, cops, criminals), yet of all the rendezvous and caresses, it’s Querelle and killer construction worker Gil’s long-anticipated embrace that lingers with viewers longest. John Cameron Mitchell, 2006Shortbus stands out for its evocative, at times confrontational portrayal of real-life sex—largely because the actors were actually having sex.
The men can’t resist one another, and we can’t resist hitting rewind.
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The scene in question—where the two stand side by side, never looking at or touching each other while reaching silent climax—leaves the viewer reeling. Jean Genet, 1950"My favorite movie male-on-male love scene is one in which the male couple are separated by a cell wall but brought together by a straw and a shared lungful of smoke. Jean Genet's Un Chant D'Amour, his only movie, is set, of course, in a prison.
Whatever the catalysts that spark sexual reaction, we find them here, in the 30 sexiest gay film scenes—all of which, though wildly different, capture the raw and visceral experience of passion, leaving viewers feeling both deeply aroused and self-consciously voyeuristic.
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But it’s the scene in which actress Sook-Yin Lee’s Sofia Lin, a sex therapist who has never had an orgasm, gets to enjoy her first orgy that is this flick’s sexiest.The participants aren’t crude or bacchanal or drugged out; they’re simply uninhibited and having fun.to give viewers a more realistic version of what happens when someone loses his anal cherry—it's a little awkard, a little painful, but also irresistble and tender and ineffably pleasurable.And no, it doesn't hurt that Knoller and Sweid are totally cute, too." - Dir.You won’t need it to understand this sensual Argentine drama based on a true story of bank-robbing lovers on the lam.Though protagonists El Nene and Angel are constantly imperiled, they steal a final tender moment during a gunfight, burning up the screen with a desperate grab at love. Andrew Haigh, 2011There’s little romance involved when it comes to the encounter that starts Glen and Russell’s isolated two-night stand.