By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act March 13, 2012 at 9:53AM
Ahead of its debut at the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival which runs from March 23 to April 1, here's the trailer for a feature film project titled Stud Life, the debut from award-winning film-maker Campbell X, which is being described as an "homage to Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It and Steven Soderbergh's Sex, Lies And Videotape."
Strong comparisons there, won't you agree?
Here's its synopsis:
JJ a lesbian and Seb a gay man are best friends. They work together and play together - they are tighter than a rat's ass. Then JJ falls for Elle and has to split her attention between them both? Mates b4 muff? What would you do? Stud Life takes you on a journey into queer urban London life not seen in cinema but lived on the streets.
What's that saying...? Bros before hos?
"This is a heart-warming feel good urban romance, showing the lives and loves of people not often seen in British cinema," says Producer Stella Nwimo.
Director Campbell X adds: "Hopefully ‘Stud Life’ will entertain as well as demystify some of the stereotypes surrounding the dynamic of Lesbian and Gay relationships and illustrate the often overlooked importance of friendships."
Watch the trailer below: