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Wolves Of Kromer, The (1999)
Starring: James Layton, Lee Williams, Rita Davies, Boy George, Kevin Moore, Angharad Rees, Margaret Towner
Director: Will Gould
Category: Fantasy, Horror, Comedy, Romance, Foreign
Studio: First Run Features
100 mins



"A delicious mix of fairy tale, romance and gay allegory!" -Planet Out

In the cozy English village of Kromer, where few things are as feared as the werewolves who wander the surrounding forests and fields, two handsome wolves, Seth and Gabriel, meet and fall in love. No smelly pelts and sharp fangs here: Seth and "Gabs" look more like fashion models than Lon Chaney Jr.

Although Seth and Gabs roam the fringes of Kromer, keeping their fur and friendship out of sight, certain townspeople afraid of those different than themselves, devise a fiendish plot to pin a murder on the hated and feared wolves. With tongue firmly in cheek, and metaphors fully loaded, The Wolves of Kromer is both a modern gay parable and a playful, romantic comedy.


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