Canadian experimental filmmaker Bruce LaBruce once complained to an interviewer about the formulaic nature of gay porn, but this 1999 feature, which he describes as a “kind of antiporn,” is actually pretty conventional. Even in this soft-core version, which LaBruce says he prefers, the minimal plot is just a setup for the sex scenes, which include rough fucking (some of it heterosexual), a gang bang, and a revenge rape. There’s a dry parody of yuppies, with an interracial queer couple eating sushi to Mozart and discussing the proper way to hold chopsticks; the more outrageous moments (a neo-Nazi masturbates while reading Mein Kampf) are too unmotivated and devoid of context to rise above exploitation. 67 min.