Andrew Rosen is really starting to come into his own as a director. That makes sense, considering he’s edited countless titles and is one of the gay industry’s most-respected editors. Directing would be the next logical progression — although he dabbled as a performer for a bit as well.
“The F Word,” which was also written by Rosen, is about an up-and-coming hothead actor played by Andrew Justice (who does justice to the asshole part). In a crowded dressing room, he says the word “faggot” and the media whirlwind starts.
There are some good scenes: gossip reporter Jesse Santana and Guy Parker have a hot flip-flop scene in a bar — when Justice interrupts the duo, they continue to jerk off in silence, covering each other’s mouths to muffle the moans.
And the final scene, where Justice gets his comeuppance with photographer Cole Ryan, is a heated one, with a lot of passion and, in Justice’s case, pleasant realization.
The story ends a little too neatly but it’s still a great sex feature.
Director: Andrew Rosen
Cast: Jesse Santana, Andrew Justice, Braxton Bond, Matt Majors, Tyler Saint, Christian Owen, Jason White, Cole Ryan and Guy Parker.