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Sexually Explicit Australian Indie Film LONESOME heats up Cinema Diverse tonight at 7:30 pm

LONESOME 7:30 PM

The classic trope of country boy meets city boy is explored as a lonely cowboy searches for love in the down under. This is a sizzling’ in the sun feature. Check out the review from Queert below!

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Casey, a country lad running from a small-town scandal, finds himself down and out in big city Sydney. When he meets city lad Tib, both men find something they have been missing but neither of them knows quite how to negotiate it.
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