With his third feature, director Paul Oremland is also one of the subjects. Oremland’s quest is to track down 100 men that he’s met through sex over 40 years, taking him on a global journey from Raglan to London. Through interviews and personal reflection he charts changing attitudes to gay experience: exploring sex, joy, AIDS, friendship, and the value of monogamy versus polyamory. After debuting at American LGBTQ festival Frameline, the film was set to screen at the 2017 NZ International Film Festival.
Though the idea of sex with so many people might be shocking to some, and is not without its dangers, it’s also a story of revelation, hope and comedy.– Director Paul Oremland
World Premiere on 21 June 2017 at San Francisco's Castro Theatre, as part of the 2017 Frameline Film Festival
New Zealand premiere on 23 July 2017 at Auckland's ASB Waterfront Theatre, as part of the 2017 NZ International Film Festival
Followed by further NZ Film Festival screenings