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killer_blow:
Two movies come in my mind: Sabik which featured mainstream actor George Estregan doing hard porn (unprotected, mind you) and Macho Dancer which I believe 9correct me if I'm wrong) was the first pinoy film to show non-explicit gay sex scenes.

jdv1229:

--- Quote from: keating on Feb 16, 2006 at 09:23 PM ---Was Castillo's NYMPHA at par with Gosiengfiao's remake with Alma Moreno? Both deals with uncontrollable desires thru  points of view of a woman.

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Gosiengfiao's Nympha is not a remake of Celso Ad Castillo's noir film. they're two different stories. both movies deal with a woman's uncontrollable desire but Castillo's was a far better film. it's a serious exploration of sexuality while Gosingfiao's was pure camp.

jdv1229:

--- Quote from: killer_blow on Feb 17, 2006 at 10:00 AM ---Two movies come in my mind: Sabik which featured mainstream actor George Estregan doing hard porn (unprotected, mind you) and Macho Dancer which I believe 9correct me if I'm wrong) was the first pinoy film to show non-explicit gay sex scenes.

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Sabik was just one more than a handful of pene movies that came out during the mid 80's. George Estregan's first foray into these type of movies was Hindi Mapigil Ang Init with Myra Manibog.

Macho Dancer wasn't the first Filipino film to feature non explicit gay sex scenes (although i think they were quite graphic at the time) Brocka's Tubog Sa Ginto had gay sex scenes that would rival movies like Sibak or even Burlesk King...

Noel_Vera:
Macho Dancer--at least the print I saw--had this scene where a row of the dancers were playing with themselves onstage. I don't know if this is in any present copy of the film...

jdv1229:

--- Quote from: Noel_Vera on Feb 18, 2006 at 03:57 AM ---Macho Dancer--at least the print I saw--had this scene where a row of the dancers were playing with themselves onstage. I don't know if this is in any present copy of the film...

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the scene you mentioned Noel is in the smuggled print now part of MOMA's permanent collection but is also the same print used in the dvd released by Strand & also in a pristine Director's Masterpiece edition available from Viva Video.

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