Come Back Again

3 04 2009

Maaf saya sudah teramat lama tidak mengemaskini blog ini disebabkan kesibukan kerja, masalah peribadi, masalah keluarga dan juga lain-lain. Apa pun saya masih sempat mengemas kini blog discreet saya yang lain.

Saya percaya last post saya adalah sebelum bulan puasa tahun lepas, saya berhenti disebabkan saya menyibukkan diri dengan someone (masih probation period ketika itu) dan juga saya berhenti post info mengenai PLU disebabkan menghormati bulan Ramadhan. Namun penghormatan itu berlanjutan hinggalah ke hari ini, begitu juga Ibnu Saba telah bercuti panjang nampak gayanya.

Insyallah jika dia berkesempatan saya akan undang untuk memberi beberapa lagi nasihat berguna untuk anda dan juga saya juga.

Kepada pembaca yang meninggalkan komen saya amat hargai komen-komen anda dan saya memohon maaf yang menggunung disebabkan terlalu lewat meng’approved’kan komen anda disebabkan saya terlupa password serta email ketika pendaftaran.

Saya akan cuba mengemas kini dengan lebih kerap blog ini juga, insyallah.

Komen-komen bernas serta persoalan untuk sessi kaunseling juga saya sedia terima, yang mana saya dan juga saudara Ibnu Saba boleh bantu maka saya akan post dalam blog ini.

Terima Kasih Sekali lagi

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Kuala Lumpur

Movie Review – Formula 17

1 07 2008

Formula 17 is a 2004 film which was directed by Chen Yin-jung. It stars Tony Yang, Duncan, King Chin, Dada Ji, Jimmy Yang, and Jason Chang. It is a gay romantic comedy film about Chou T’ien-Tsai, a romantic Taiwanese male who takes a trip to visit an online boyfriend in person for the first time. Finding his internet relationship to not be suitable for his real life, he moves on with his life and rooms with an old time friend of his. The film describes T’ien’s experiences with his loyal roommate and his friends, and a surprising relationship that he develops with the local “Playboy”.

This film was banned in Singapore because it “portrayed homosexuality as normal, and a natural progression of society”.

Plot summary

Naive countryman Chou T’ien-Tsai goes to Taipei to meet an internet friend face-to-face. Being a romantic, and believing in ‘true love’ (he even has a book called Love Is A Kind Of Faith), he is sorely disappointed when his friend suggests they have sex with no love. T’ien instead goes to a bar and runs into his ex-classmate Yu, and in the process meets the ‘Number One Playboy’ Bai Tie Nan, who is notorious for one night stands. T’ien very quickly develops a liking towards Bai.

After the night at the bar and becoming roommates to Yu, T’ien gets a job as a pool attendant, and has a lot of run-ins with Bai, who seems to like T’ien mutually. Scenes with Bai and his psychologist show that Bai has a problem kissing people. After advice to practice kissing a mirror, and then a dummy (both of which fail to help him), he resorts to trying to kiss his longtime friend, but can’t bring himself to do it.

One night, T’ien shows up at Bai’s doorstep and they end up having sex consensually. True to his nature, Bai disappears the next day, leaving his friend to turn up at his house and explain that ‘he hopes you don’t misunderstand’. T’ien is very hurt, and not knowing the entire story about Bai’s intimacy issues he leaves a message that ‘this kind of misunderstanding won’t happen again’.

T’ien prepares to leave his roommate’s dwelling and return to his own home. In the meantime, T’ien’s friends corner Bai, who admits that he hurt the person he loves. After a silent prayer for a second chance, he sees T’ien heading up an escalator. His first attempt to apologise fails, and T’ien literally runs away. He nearly gets run down by a scooter, but Bai intercepts and they make up.

The ending credits also include a short segment on the three supporting cast and their somewhat stereotyped views upon gay fashion.

Movie Review – Torch Song Trilogy

1 07 2008

Torch Song Trilogy is a collection of three plays by Harvey Fierstein rendered in three acts: International Stud, Fugue in a Nursery, and Widows and Children First! The story centers on Arnold Beckoff, a torch song-singing Jewish drag queen living in New York City in the late 1970 and 1980s. The four hour-plus play begins with a soliloquy in which he explains his cynical disillusionment with love.

Each act focuses on a different phase in Arnold’s life. In the first, Arnold meets Ed, who is uncomfortable with his bisexuality. In the second, two years later, Arnold meets Alan, and the two settle down into a blissful existence that includes plans to adopt a child, until tragedy strikes. In the third, several years later, Arnold is a single father raising gay teenager David. Arnold is forced to deal with his mother’s intolerance and disrespect when she visits from Florida.

The first act derives it name (International Stud) from an actual Gay bar of the same name at 117 Perry Street in Greenwich Village in the 1960s and 1970s. The bar had a backroom where men engaged in anonymous sex. The backroom plays a central role in the act.

The award-winning and popular work broke new ground in the theatre: “At the height of the post-Stonewall clone era, Harvey challenged both gay and straight audiences to champion an effeminate gay man’s longings for love and family.”

The first staging of International Stud opened on February 2, 1978 at the off-off-Broadway La MaMa, E.T.C., where it ran for two weeks. The off-Broadway production opened on May 22, 1978 at the Players Theatre, where it ran for 72 performances.

The first staging of Fuque in a Nursery opened at LaMama on February 1, 1979.

Torch Song Trilogy first opened at the uptown Richard Allen Center in October 1981. On January 15, 1982 it transferred to the Actors’ Playhouse in Greenwich Village, where it ran for 117 performances.The cast included Fierstein as Arnold, Joel Crothers as Ed, Paul Joynt as Alan, Matthew Broderick as David, and Estelle Getty as Mrs. Beckoff.

After eight previews, the Broadway production, directed by Peter Pope, opened on June 10, 1982 at the Little Theatre, where it ran for 1,222 performances. Fierstein, Joynt, and Getty were joined by Court Miller as Ed and Fisher Stevens as David. Later in the run, David Garrison and Jonathan Hadary portrayed Arnold, Craig Sheffer was cast as Alan, and Barbara Barrie replaced Getty.

The play won Fierstein two Tony Awards, for Best Play and Best Actor in Play, two Drama Desk Awards, for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Actor in a Play, and the Theatre World Award.

The West End production starring Antony Sher, with Rupert Graves as Alan, opened on October 1, 1985 at Albery Theatre on St. Martin’s Lane, where it ran for slightly more than seven months.

Movie Review – The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

1 07 2008

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert is a 1994 Australian film about three drag queens (two gay men and a transsexual woman) driving across the outback from Sydney to Alice Springs in a large bus they have named Priscilla. The film stars Hugo Weaving, Guy Pearce and Terence Stamp. It was written and directed by Stephan Elliott. Since its release it has retained its popularity and opened as a major musical in Star City Casino Sydney, October 2006.

Anthony “Tick” Belrose, a.k.a. Mitzi Del Bra, a drag queen, accepts an offer to perform at a casino in Alice Springs, a remote town in central Australia. After persuading his friends and fellow performers, Bernadette Bassenger – a recently bereaved transsexual woman, and Adam Whitely, a.k.a. Felicia Jollygoodfellow – an irritatingly flamboyant and obnoxious drag queen – to join him, the three set out for Alice Springs in a large tour bus which Adam/Felicia christens “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”.

They encounter on the way the less accepting attitudes of rural Australia, sexual violence, and the problems of vehicle breakdowns. The troupe eventually arrives at their destination with costumes and dance routines prepared. Before they arrive, Tick reveals that he is married (it is revealed that his wife is gay or possibly bisexual), and that the trip is a favor for his wife, who runs the casino where they will be performing. Upon arriving, they learn that Tick and his wife also have a young son.

Cultural impact

The film is regarded in the gay community as a camp classic, portraying Australia’s outback in an idyllic way, showcasing its beauty and remoteness. The story also brought together the travelling troupe with an Aboriginal tribe, a powerful image of two often socially outcast peoples singing and dancing together under unlikely circumstances. The film was ranked as number 11 on Logo’s 50 Greatest Films.

The film also employed unusual casting with Terence Stamp, who has otherwise portrayed masculine characters, often villains. This film was the first large-scale venue for Pearce and Weaving, both of whom have gone on to larger film success.

In 1995, an American film, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar, was released, and featured a similar plot line and is commonly mistaken as an “American version of Priscilla.” However, To Wong Foo began production during the middle of Priscilla’s filming.

During the 2000 Summer Olympics Closing Ceremony of the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Priscilla was part of a parade of images of Australian popular culture. A refurbished and decorated 1980 Ford Denning (the same make of bus used in the movie) featuring a giant steel Stiletto heel which extended from and retracted into the roof — inspired by some of the scenes from the film — was paraded around the Olympic Stadium. The bus was also accompanied by several stiletto heels tricycle floats and drag queens donning big wigs as a tribute to the film’s international success and the local gay community.

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26 06 2008


Movie – Dicks Of Hazzard

Movie – Nobby

Movie – Shaving Kink Trilogy (3 + 2 full vids)

Movie – The Witnesses

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Nak Tukar or Not

17 06 2008

Aku tak pasti nak tukar header baru atau tidak, yang ini nampak cantik dan romantik gak…..ermmm we will see

Perang Penerbangan Tambang Murah

10 06 2008

Since last few months kita banyak dengar dan lihat persaingan sengit dua operator penerbangan nasional negara iaitu Malaysia Airlines dan Air Asia bersaing sengit dengan menawarkan penerbangan domestik dan antarabangsa (laluan popular) dengan harga yang mengila, namun pembaca dan pendengar di harap tidak mudah terpedaya dengan iklan tersebut sebaliknya cuba dahulu membuat tempahan online dan melihat sendiri kos-kos tersembunyi yang di ambil kira oleh kedua-dua operator ini, ia adalah merupakan tektik pasaran masa kini.

Di harap sampai satu ketika nanti operator penerbangan nasional kita tidak akan mula memberikan tambang yang begitu murah tetapi mula mengenakan charge2 untuk item-item yang remeh temeh seperti Air Asia baru-baru ini mengenakan charge untuk checkin bagasi, ini tidak termasuk charge yang dikenekan untuk melebihi berat, malah AirAsia telah menurunkan kuota berat bagasi pula kepada 15kg berbanding sebelum ini.

Harap-harap jangan jadi seperti video kat bawah ni sengsara kita especially dengan isu kenaikan harga bahan api, huhuhuuhuh