Synopsis: Dean has been stumped for some time in his attempt to produce a follow-up to "I was a Teenage Speed Freak," his incredibly successful graphic novel. His fans expect great things from him and his editor, Louise, is hounding him. Instead of working, however, Dean spends his time searching for his Argentine lover Pablo, who went out one night for cigarettes and never came back.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): David Moreton
Production: Blue Streak Films
105 min

I met him at sunday

and my heart stood still.


I'm Dean.

I'm Pablo.

Hi, Pablo.

And to where will you follow me?

It was lust at first sight.

You were fantastic.

No, you were fantastic.

You're right,

I was fantastic.


the one-night stand

no longer left.

The next ten months were

a real chamois sweet romantic movie.

And I was damn America's sweetheart.

Pablo said first 'I love you.

On his own special way.

And it burned so good.

Deans would not cure sunburn?

Pablo will ever stop snoring?

Will love conquer all?


Not wegzappen.

Pablo, okay?

I hate this song.

Sign me why you always?

For the evidence.


Because I know you still do not bite me.


Here I am.

I'm going nowhere.


Dean, friend, where is your better half?

He could not come.


How are you?

You were still quit smoking?

- Was I.

This is Marshall, the artist.


- Hi, Louise.

I can not just my eyes

off your work...

not fast enough.

The critics tear him alive.

Ah, what? That's great.

I want you to meet his dealer.

Hey, Dean. Pablo is here?

- No.

Nice haircut.

Which dealer?

His art dealer

- I write comics.

You create graphic novels, Dean.

And these are ten times better than this.

I want to stay small.

Too late.

The Speed Freak has your name

published. There is no turning back.

My God.

Stay calm...

What? Who is that?

That is his mother.

Whose mother?

- From Pablo.

That subtle?

I thought she lived in Argentina.

Pablo to be here.

Ask me to it. I want to know where

she has her shoes away.


I think Pablo nowhere.

Mr. Otten House.

I would like to introduce you...

- I can easily just 'hello' to say.

Mrs. Alesandro?

Mrs. Alesandro. It's me, Dean...

How long have you been in Los Angeles?

I think not her mother-Friendly

language, but Bitch. And they also talk Cunt.

She also speaks fluent German.

Dean. This is Marshall's dealer,

Mr. Otten House.

Did I not tell you that he is dangerous?

He just says "Cunt" in public.

That is borderline.

Pleasant introduction. Excuse me.

The last time she was in LA,

she even ate at my house.

I really like your work would like to see.

My heart is bursting.

It's okay.

Join now to return the old Dean.


Stop this nonsense.

I have my best to you

get together here.

Fucked it.

He's gone.

What are you talking about?

- Pablo. He is gone.

One night he went out cigarettes

and he has not returned.

I would love to talk with him

but I can not find it.

Mrs. Alesandro, find a nice

performance? - Leave me alone.

Excuse me.

Maybe you could help me.

I have him with me things that Pablo

has left,...

shoes, what post

my heart.

Keep everything but.

I think he does terugwil.

I think not.


- He's back where he belongs.

I saw him just another restaurant

see a doggy bag to go outside.

You do not ask doggy bag

if you're going to leave the country?

I hope you have fun.

Where is he?

- Damn.

If I pull that language from you and insert

them in your ass.

Let me go.



You're such an idiot.

He is finished with you.

Tomorrow we return to Buenos Aires...

and you will never look back.

What? Speak English.

What did she say?

Does anyone understand it?

Something happens tomorrow?

She said that tomorrow the sun comes up again, Dean.

And she had a blouse where her

big tits hanging out.

What have I told you about her?

Logical that Pablo is so fucked up.

Dean, it's Louise. I hate you.

I spent two hours...

to me by Mr. Otten to House

excuse because you've screwed up.

You have 'Hot-How-She-It-Again'

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James Robert Baker

James Robert Baker (October 18, 1947 – November 5, 1997) was an American author of sharply satirical, predominantly gay-themed transgressional fiction. A native Californian, his work is set almost entirely in Southern California. After graduating from UCLA, he began his career as a screenwriter, but became disillusioned and started writing novels instead. Though he garnered fame for his books Fuel-Injected Dreams and Boy Wonder, after the controversy surrounding publication of his novel, Tim and Pete, he faced increasing difficulty having his work published. According to his life partner, this was a contributing factor in his death by suicide. Baker's work has achieved cult status in the years since his death, and two additional novels have been posthumously published. First-edition copies of his earlier works have become collector's items. His novel Testosterone was adapted to a film of the same name, though it was not a financial success. Two other books have been optioned for films, but they have not been produced. more…

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