Have you ever watched a short film and wished it was a full-length feature, just so you could learn more? This new video I checked out last night was one of those and I couldn’t help but want to share it with you. It’s called 306 and has played a few gay film festivals receiving the following honors: Official Selection Outfest | Official Selection Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival | Official Selection Miami LGBT Festival. With credit like that, you know it must be good. Here’s a synopsis.
306 is a film that makes the viewer question: Is the closest person in your life normal? A family member, friend, or a lover? What is the norm that we are suppose to follow in life? What is perceived as normal on the outside is usually just a daily costume, which we as people like to dance around in to assimilate into society. The question is: Who is Eric Hays? Or more specifically: What is Eric Hays hiding? 306 gives the viewer a chance to see a secret that no one else gets to see.
The film was directed by Elliot London who is a film producer and director, and founded London Productions in 2007. The sexy male star you’re about to enjoy is Brian Estel, a fairly unknown actor at the moment but hopefully, that’ll soon change. This film really takes your mind on a trip and has a few twists and turns that you don’t expect. It’s a tad but NSFW but if you are at home or on your laptop somewhere, then check out 306 below.
“306” Short Gay Film
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