Our Rating: ★★½☆☆
L Factor: Minor lesbian content
Short Take: Guys run a webcam cybersex service out of their New York apartment. Two of their female webcam operators decide to get together.
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Year: 2002
Duration: 97 min
Language: USA/English
MPAA: Not Rated
Director: Jed Weintrob
Writer: Andrew Osborne, Jed Weintrob
Starring: Josh Hamilton, Harold Perrineau, Isabel Gillies, John Fleck, Vanessa Ferlito, Eric Millegan, Liz Owens, Steve Cuiffo, Ari Gold, Ali Reza

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OnLineRoommates John (Josh Hamilton) and Moe (Harold Perrineau) run a webcam cybersex service out of their New York apartment. Through Intercon-X, guys essentially sign on to get off watching other men or women doing the same.

John seems to spend much of his time watching Angel (Liz Owens), whether she’s at her computer or even sleeping. His social life is very focused on online communities and uploading webcam commentary to his personal website.

Outside in the real world, things aren’t so simple. John also thinks Jordan (Vanessa Ferlito) is hot, but their offline date is disastrous. Moe goes through women very quickly, and he ends up treating Moira (Isabel Gillies, I Shot Andy Warhol), another webcam date, like dirt.

Two other couples meet in real life more successfully. Ed (Eric Millegan) is a lonely gay Ohio teen who travels to New York to meet his cybersex partner Al (John Fleck, ‘Tales of the City,’ ‘Carnivale’).

Jordan masturbates for clients all of the time but complains that she has yet to find someone to really do it for her during sex. She also watches Angel’s webcam, and with Al’s prodding, she and Angel finally get together, their sexual encounter broadcast on the webcam. This indie film was a darling at Sundance, and it is sexy at times. Just a few too many scenes of guys jerking off for me though 🙂 (AB)