Kiss Me Kill Me by Casper Andreas (USA, 2015, 97 min.). The latest from writer-director Casper Andreas (Going Down in La-La Land, Violet Tendencies, The Big Gay Musical), Kiss Me Kill Me is a queer twist on the classic LA film noir thriller. Scripted by David Michael Barrett (Such Good People), the story is as follows: Stephen Redding is a successful reality TV producer with a big house in the hills and a trophy boyfriend, Dusty Young. But at Stephen’s birthday party, Dusty discovers he had an affair with super hot Craigery. Humiliated, Dusty leaves the party, walks down to a convenience store. Stephen follows, trying to explain the affair is over; but out of nowhere, Dusty blacks out. When he comes to, Dusty learns Stephen was murdered along with convenience store clerk. With the police closing in, it’s up to Dusty to track down the killer and clear his own name as the prime suspect. Queer as Folk’s Gale Harold, Brianna Brown (Devious Maids), Van Hansis (Eastsiders), Craig Robert Young (The Last Ship), Shangela (Rupaul’s Drag Race) and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’s Jai Rodriguez co-star in this over the top and very sexy murder mystery, an entertaining guilty pleasure. Description courtesy of Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ Film Festival.
The screening will be followed by a discussion with screenwriter David Michael Barret and actors Van Hansis and Yolanda Ross.
During the film, you can now enjoy snacks, soft drinks, beer and wine from Taste Café right in the Remis Auditorium! Treat yourself today!
As this film is being shown after regular museum hours, please use the entrance on Fenway Road.