Cut Sleeve Boys
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Two British Chinese gay men decides to re-examine their lives following a death of their friend. Mel sleeps around whilst rejecting the love of Todd and Ash decides to cross dress to find his knight in shining armour.... (Full plot summary below)

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Two British Chinese gay men decides to re-examine their lives following a death of their friend. Mel sleeps around whilst rejecting the love of Todd and Ash decides to cross dress to find his knight in shining armour.

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L.A. Weekly - 7/10 by Paul Malcolm There’s a lot to like in writer-director Ray Yeung’s low-key romantic comedy, once you get past its overly enunciated identity issues, which were, according to Yeung, the film’s raison d’être.
Film Threat - 7/10 by Phil Hall Something of a surprise: a gay-oriented feature that is genuinely touching and sincere.
TV Guide Magazine - 5/10 by Ken Fox There's nothing particularly original about art-director-turned-filmmaker Ray Yeung's good-natured look at a pair of aging gay men in London, other than the fact that these men happen to be of Chinese descent. Beyond that, it's pretty much gay business as usual.
San Francisco Chronicle - 5/10 by David Wiegand Better than its promotional description: "A stir-fried journey of self-discovery" - but not by much.
Variety - 5/10 by Jay Weissberg No amount of Botox or false eyelashes can rejuvenate helmer Ray Yeung's Cut Sleeve Boys, which recycles way too many gay cliches.
Chicago Tribune - 4/10 by Sid Smith Despite original touches, Cut Sleeve Boys is mostly a mediocre gay-themed movie plagued by tired humor and slapdash filmmaking.
Los Angeles Times - 4/10 by Mark Olsen The bones of something more interesting are there -- how people come to mentally and emotionally define themselves and the ways in which they often need to realign those beliefs -- but Yeung can never reconcile his impulses toward humor and human conflict, so things tend to sputter about, feeling disconnected and episodic.
Chicago Reader - 3/10 by Jonathan Rosenbaum Unfortunately the movie's more interesting and challenging social aspects, which imply more than one "British-Chinese gay experience," are often overtaken by its smarminess--including an aggressively banal score and the way some actors have apparently been encouraged to overwork their eyebrows.

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