The Leather Boys

The Leather Boys

The Leather Boys is a 1964 British drama film about the rocker subculture in London featuring a gay motorcyclist. This film is notable as an early example of a film that violated the Hollywood production code, yet was still shown in the United States, as well as an important film in the genre of queer cinema. An example of British kitchen sink realism, it was considered daring in 1964 as it touched upon homosexuality, however obliquely.

An immature teenager marries a young biker but becomes disenchanted with the realities of working class marriage and her husband's relationship with his best friend. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Leather Boys torrent reviews

Don B (ru) wrote: Anything featuring Andrew Breitbart and David Horowitz and produced by the people involved with Citizens United is not worth my time.

Cat R (mx) wrote: Um... definitely a memorable experience. Visually beautiful and probably the weirdest movie I've ever seen. Still could not tell you the meaning, perhaps it doesn't have one.

Jaime R (ru) wrote: I like ya, Cronenberg, but this movie sucked.

Adam L (es) wrote: Awful. Dan may be the new pretender to Tony Jaa's throne but after watching the first 10 mins of this crap I turned it off. The opening scene sees him fly on a rocket!! It was bare lulz. Surely there are more moves in Thai Boxing than just constantly kneeing someone!?!! Truly dire. I will stick with Tony thanks!

Calan P (gb) wrote: Such a very below average film.

Ehud R (ag) wrote: Loved this film, and re-watch now and again when it's on TV. I really thought it should have done better in the box office and deserved a sequel. Don't know why the critics score is so low

Chr P (us) wrote: It's nice to see that the British aren't always dull, uptight, dry human beings with the emotional temperature of clotted cream. Seriously, a well-directed cast of interesting characters make this worth watching.

Nora D (it) wrote: I don't know why everyone liked this movie. First of all, most zombie movies suck. Second, transfered by even a single drop of blood? Do I look that gullible? Horrible acting and horrible story.

Paul A (us) wrote: not a great movie but not a bad one either. There were a couple of creepy scenes and a couple that just didn't really make much sense. I think it could of been executed better the acting wasn't too bad.

Karino A (fr) wrote: Best movie i've ever seen

Jess L (nl) wrote: Paquin with an overly annoying New Zealand accent, leading a bunch of birds on their migration whilst reconnecting with her father after her mother is killed in a car accident... pretty cheap flick.

Chris G (kr) wrote: Michael Douglas was awesome as all get out but felt a little bit like a wannabe Indiana Jones. Also, Danny Devito is always great.

John M (ca) wrote: Love the VEGAS GRAND PRIX footage in this movie. Great balls of fire!

John L (de) wrote: A little long winded towards the end but decent overall.

Simon D (au) wrote: Apparently controversial at the time but isn't anymore. I'm sure that you could spend hours discussing the message that is given across here, which is surely religious one. That's often a good thing but sometimes not clear enough, and I think this film sort of falls into that category. A good film though.

Anna B (au) wrote: It's a bit silly and broad, and the short length does no favours to character development (everyone's gone crazy within 10 minutes). But even through the B-movie detritus Kubrick fashions a creepy, off-putting tone and atmosphere, and pulls off some lovely, if not amazing, little tricks in the editing and shot composition. It's no masterpiece, but I had fun watching it, and would call it underrated. Don't necessarily trust an artist's opinion of his own work.

Kyle M (jp) wrote: Visually creative, cleverly worded and nicely performed from the appealing cast that brought in the heart and comic, while it also addresses connective life points. Although comparing to its preceding project "Ice Age", it seems the taste gotten toned down and kept constant throughout most of the studio's projects with occasional ups and rare greatness. (B+)(Full review coming soon)

Ian C (kr) wrote: After single handedly ending The Cold War. Rocky is now brain damaged and so must have been Stallone when he wrote the screenplay. It largely ignores the music that contributed to this fantastic franchise. Instead we got Mc Hammer and a load of other wank. The flashback scene with Mickey is touching but apart from that it fails to resonate any nostalgia. Thankfully in 2006 the excellent 'Rocky Balboa' ended the Italian Stallions legacy on a high.