Dorian Blues

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Overview

A young man comes to terms with growing up gay in this independent comedy drama. Dorian Michael McMillian is a 17-year-old guy living with his family in Upstate New York. Dorian is obviously the second-rate sibling in his household; his older brother Nicky Lea Coco is a hotshot athlete who gets the lion's share of attention from their father Tom Steven Charles Fletcher, while their mother Maria Mo Quigley seems too zoned out to pay much mind to anyone. The fact that Dorian is an awkward social misfit is bad ...
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Overview

A young man comes to terms with growing up gay in this independent comedy drama. Dorian Michael McMillian is a 17-year-old guy living with his family in Upstate New York. Dorian is obviously the second-rate sibling in his household; his older brother Nicky Lea Coco is a hotshot athlete who gets the lion's share of attention from their father Tom Steven Charles Fletcher, while their mother Maria Mo Quigley seems too zoned out to pay much mind to anyone. The fact that Dorian is an awkward social misfit is bad enough, but what troubles him even more is the fact he's slowly coming to the realization that he's gay. When Dorian breaks the news to Nicky, his big brother is surprised but accepting, but Tom doesn't handle the news nearly as well, and Dorian is on the outs with his dad as he begins his first semester at New York University. At NYU, Dorian has his first satisfying relationship with fellow student Ben Cody Nickell, but his first heartbreak soon follows, leaving him in a vulnerable spot when he gets some bad news from home. Dorian Blues was the first feature film from writer and director Tennyson Bardwell.
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Special Features

Deleted scens; Original theatrical trailer; TLA Releasing trailers
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/21/2006
  • UPC: 807839002218
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Tla
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:28:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 55,928

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael McMillian Dorian Lagatos
Lea Coco
Steven Charles Fletcher
Mo Quigley
Ryan Kelly Berkowitz
Chris Dallman
Sian Heder
Cody Nickell
Austin Basis Spooky
Technical Credits
Tennyson Bardwell Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Mary-Beth Taylor Bardwell Producer
Steven Beer Executive Producer
Neil Benedict Asst. Director
Len X. Clayton Production Designer
Frank D'Andrea Producer
Jeanne DaSilva Musical Direction/Supervision
Andy Door Art Director
Charles Eble Jr. Sound/Sound Designer
Portia Kamons Producer
Agnes Elizabeth Kapusta Costumes/Costume Designer
Ann Marie Lizzi Co-producer, Editor
Taylor Morrison Cinematographer
Will Severin Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Dorian Blues
1. Over Analyze [:12]
2. I Need to Talk [6:54]
3. Bunch of Neanderthals [7:24]
4. Pretty Big Sin [7:39]
5. Mono A Mono [7:32]
6. A Romantic [4:51]
7. Time to Tell Everyone [5:54]
8. I'm Not Interested [7:00]
9. Psycho [:01]
10. Tired of Us [7:11]
11. Did You Feel Something [5:41]
12. Don't Wait Up [9:34]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Dorian Blues
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   Chapters
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      5.1 Surround Sound
      2.0 Stereo
      DTS
      English Subtitles
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   Special Features
      Deleted Scenes
      Dorian Blues Trailer
      TLA Releasing Trailers
         Slutty Summer
         Ethan Mao
         Three Dancing Slaves
         Bear Cub
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