|Writers||Mark Hanlon (written by)
|Cast||Aidan Gillen Emmanuelle Seigner Susan Tyrrell Mark Boone Junior Harry Groener Hector Elias Jon Huertas Richard Assad Kellie Waymire Tim DeKay Darryl Henriques Michael Halsey Pamela Gordon Tom McCleister Irene Roseen Jessica Gaona Thomas Prisco Joyce Guy Ernie Lee Banks|
|Plot||The story of a pious introvert whose religious conviction begins to crumble under the weight of a cruel and strange existence, Buddy Boy is a study of faith, obsession, alienation and madness. The film's title character, Francis, lives with his invalid, abusive mother in a dingy tenement apartment, and has suffered a life of unrelenting misfortune and brutality. Over time, he has withdrawn from the world and into himself, silently observing others rather than interacting with them. His only solace has been his Catholicism, but he has begun to question his faith in a loving God who could countenance so much evil and pain. When he discovers he can see into the apartment of a beautiful, mysterious woman from his own back stairs, Francis cannot stop watching her, even after he meets her and they become romantically involved. Unable or unwilling to believe that she could actually love him, he becomes ever more obsessive in his voyeurism. And it is what Francis sees - or thinks he sees - that leads ultimately to his undoing.... see Buddy Boy on IMDb|
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|Shy, withdrawn Francis (Queer as Folk's Aidan Gillen) spends his lonely days caring for his domineering invalid stepmother (Forbidden Zone's Susan Tyrrell)...until the arrival of beautiful Gloria (Bitter Moon's Emmanuelle Seigner), a new neighbor whose daily activities become the center of his life. However, he soon comes to suspect that she's harboring a horrific secret, one that will change his life forever... A stylish and disturbing psychological thriller in the tradition of David Lynch and Roman Polanski filled with powerful performances and dazzling visuals, Buddy Boy will keep you riveted until the final shocking scene!|
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