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Written by Duane Simolke   
Feb 02, 2013 at 11:47 AM
One night in Paris, Claude (Yann deMonterno) finds a drunk young man (Kevin Miranda) and gives his bed to him for the night. The next morning, Claude’s visitor identifies himself as an American actor named Brad, and they begin a relationship.
Claude’s friend Catherine (Florence d'Azemar) seems happy for him, but also worries, because he had previously regretted following a lover to America. When Brad stands Claude up, Catherine stays over to provide solace. It keeps getting more complicated from there as Claude and Brad develop a passionate love affair.
Despite some sad moments, the story mostly leans toward humor and romance. It also includes some clever satirical jabs at Hollywood. The soundtrack is usually enjoyable enough, except for when it seems to get stuck on certain notes. The photography brings viewers into the Paris streets, showing why they appeal to the characters.
Bad Boy Street is in French and English, with English subtitles. Acclaimed gay filmmaker Todd Verow (Frisk, Vacationland) wrote and directed this likeable film.

One night in Paris, Claude (Yann deMonterno) finds a drunk young man (Kevin Miranda) and gives his bed to him for the night. The next morning, Claude’s visitor identifies himself as an American actor named Brad, and they begin a relationship.

Claude’s friend Catherine (Florence d'Azemar) seems happy for him, but also worries, because he had previously regretted following a lover to America. When Brad stands Claude up, Catherine stays over to provide solace. It keeps getting more complicated from there as Claude and Brad develop a passionate love affair.

Despite some sad moments, the story mostly leans toward humor and romance. It also includes some clever satirical jabs at Hollywood. The soundtrack is usually enjoyable enough, except for when it seems to get stuck on certain notes. The photography brings viewers into the Paris streets, showing why they appeal to the characters.


Bad Boy Street is in French and English, with English subtitles. Acclaimed gay filmmaker Todd Verow (Frisk, Vacationland) wrote and directed this likeable film.

Duane Simolke wrote DEGRANON and THE ACORN STORIES

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