Big Gay Love is a comedy about a chubby gay man who overcomes discrimination based on his looks to find love on his own terms. The devastating effect of our physique-obsessed culture is explored in the comedy Big Gay Love.
Big Gay Love is a 2013 American comedy film written and directed by Ringo Le and produced by Quentin Lee and Marisa Le. The story centers on Bob (Jonathan Lisecki), an overweight gay man who overcomes discrimination and insecurity based on his looks to find love in the form of a chef named Andy (Nicholas Brendon).
Big Gay Love is a movie starring Jonathan Lisecki, Nicholas Brendon, and Ann Walker. An overweight party planner meets the love of his life but is comically challenged by his own insecurity in the image conscious Los Angeles.
¨Big Gay Love¨ is both unique and not unique in the oeuvre of gay male cinema in that it uses Bob, neurotic Everyman lead who falls for Andy, the ¨Prom King¨ archetype, and Bob’s insecurity threatens to unravel the genuine love that Andy has for him.
Ringo Le’s comic drama admirably tackles the concept that even in our physique obsessed culture, gay men who are socially inept and more than pleasantly plump can still get their chance at a big romance.
Dec 22, 2013 · View Big Gay Love at the Desperado LGBT Film and Arts Festival at 7:30 pm am on Sunday, January 25th, 2014. Suggested for adult audiences. Big Gay Love is a comedy about Bob, a successful but
Big Gay Love will be playing as part of Outflix Memphis on Saturday September 12th! Support the film and proceeds go towards the Memphis Gay and Lesbian Community Center! Support the film and proceeds go towards the Memphis Gay and Lesbian Community Center!