Testosterone: Volume Four is Now Available On-Demand!

Get ready for the fourth collection in a stellar series of gay short film compilations – featuring some of the hottest gay shorts from four corners of the world! Testosterone: Volume Four takes us from a blossoming love in a one-bedroom apartment in Tel Aviv, to the paranoid jealousy that comes with your first relationship, to a visually poetic work of ethereal movement and dance. A comedy about the fantasies of a hunky handyman and a thriller about a one-night stand where nothing is as it seems.

This new set includes the films Rubber Dolphin, Faces, Writhing, The Handyman and Fish Tank. We have some information about each of the films below. Stay tuned for more as it becomes available and click here to watch the collection. It’s available on VOD starting this week!

Rubber Dolphin
A gay love story set in a one-bedroom apartment in Tel Aviv, Rubber Dolphin follows two attractive young men who meet, have sex and fall in love… but will it last until the morning comes?

Ryan meets Nathan and they fall in love over the course of their first date. It’s only later, as their relationship progresses, that Ryan starts to wonder: is my boyfriend who I thought he was? Am I who I thought I was? They experience joy and pain together, trying to overcome the fear of whether or not you can truly know another person.

Part work of ethereal realism, part dance film, this contemporary-set short film from writer-director-star Robert John Torres follows a young man who is terrified of facing the probability of an HIV+ diagnosis.

The Handyman
In this short romantic comedy from director JC Calciano (eCupid, The Ten-Year Plan, Is it Just Me?, Steam Room Stories), a single, gay man schemes creative ways to have a hunky repairman continue to have to come back to his house to fix things, but suddenly the fantasies become more than either of them expected.

Fish Tank
When Noah, a college student, goes to his first hookup with a mysterious older man, he must determine whether or not his anxieties point to a darker truth about his host for the night.

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