Anonymous (2004): Verow as Director and Actor (LGBTQ, Gay Sex)

Queer writer and director Todd Verow helmed Anonymous, a self-indulgent exploration of sordid anonymous sex.

Note:

If you want to know more about gay directors and gay films, please read:

Gay Directors, Gay Films? By Emanuel Levy (Columbia University Press).

When Todd (played by Verow) begins to tire of his steady relationship and uninspired office job, he seeks to invigorate his life by returning to the sexually charged ways of yesteryear.

Obsessed with immediate gratification, Todd looks for anonymous sex online or inside the stalls of men’s public restrooms.

Turning point occurs when Todd’s boyfriend catches him in the act, and promptly cuts Todd out of his life.  Changing the locks, he throws him out of their apartment.

Forced to live in his office, Todd’s compulsion for anonymous sex continues to grow and threatens to jeopardize his job.

Anonymous also features Dustin Schell, Jason Bailey, Noah Powell, and Shawn Durr.

Rating: NR
Directed By: Todd Verow
Release: June 16, 2004
Runtime: 82 minutes
Studio: Bangor Films