David Searching

David Searching

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Camryn Manheim ("The Practice") and Anthony Rapp ("Rent") star in this witty gay comedy about two roommates in a search for truth and the perfect man in NYC. ~~ /

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  • Director: Leslie Smith
  • Length: 1 hrs. 43 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: May 10 2005
  • Production Year: 1997
  • TLA SKU: 1761823
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • UPC Code: 759259140660
  • Catalog #: DV1046982


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In-House Review - Feb 07 2005
David Searching follows young gay documentary filmmaker David (Rent's Anthony Rapp) and his roommate Gwen (Camryn Manheim) on their quest for truth and the perfect man. While Gwen lucks out, David goes on a seemingly endless journey through dating he... Read More
2.00 out of 5

Review by gayforplay

By: gayforplay
This is a lower-than-low budget entry in the Gay Cinema genre. It contains many one-off scenes and cameos by the cream of the crop of NYC gay actors of the time. A young gay man tries to find love and purpose -- and himself -- and a career making d... Read More

Review by Just Me

By: Just Me
Watching the talent of Anthony Rapp was, in itself, worth the price. Again, like many of these films, its not going to get the Oscar, but i enjoyed the story and the cast. Its great to see more and more "gay themed" films being made. We need them.

Review by Reneixana

By: Reneixana
You have to be really, really stoned or something to figure out this aimless, rambling orgy of self-indulgent angst. What a mess - it went right to the trash after I finished it. A very unfortunate movie about a guy who can't seem to get it together ... Read More
3.00 out of 5

Review by Luis Rolando

By: Luis Rolando
I saw David Searching a few years ago on a local TV station that was celebrating gay pride month and it was one of the first low-budget movies I'd ever seen. For what it's worth, the movie is well-acted and it's interesting to see (the always wonderf... Read More

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