NakedSword Adds 'G O'Clock' to Catalog

NakedSword Adds 'G O'Clock' to Catalog

SAN FRANCISCO — NakedSword has added indie short film “G O'Clock” to its NakedSword Film Works library, which now has 20 shorts and features. 

Mitchell Marion's short film “G O'Clock” dramatizes the complexities surrounding the complex issue of drug use and sex in the gay community, a representative indicated.

"It's a great addition to the NakedSword Film Works library and fits in perfectly with the diverse films already being showcased,” said Tim Valenti, president of Falcon Studio Group and the NakedSword Network. “I think it's important that the NSFW catalog represents and touches on various facets of gay life, both good and bad,but always with a certain sexual overtone and allure. Our viewers love the variety as witnessed by ‘G O'Clock’ already hitting the number most watched spot on NakedSword since its debut last week." 

According to a representative, “G O'Clock” features strong acting, full-frontal nudity and is designed to both excite and provoke conversation.

For director Mitchell Marion, “there doesn't seem to be a right answer or a solution, and he takes special care not to present a morality play.” He received dozens of major LGBT accolades at film festivals last year, including BFI Flare in London, Outfest, Barcelona, and the Iris Prize Festival in Cardiff, Wales.

“In Europe, the topic of ‘chemsex’ has become something of a buzzword amongst gay men trying to determine how to stay healthy and enjoy themselves responsibly,” a representative.  “GHB or G’ has been around for years, but it seems to have taken on new life recently, with more and more people using it as a stay-up-late and go-all-night drug or as a tool to enhance group sex experiences. Take the right amount, and you're good, users say. But take the wrong amount, and the downside might be overdose and death. The question then becomes — given the risks, is it worth it?”

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