KEEP THE LIGHTS ON

Homosexual Addictions and Narcissistic Self-Indulgence

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Release Date: September 07, 2012

Starring: Thure Lindhardt, Zachary Booth, Julianne Nicholson, Souléymane Sy Savané, Paprika Steen, Sebastian La Cause, Sarah Hess

Genre: Drama

Audience: Adults

Rating: Not Rated

Runtime: 102 minutes

Address Comments To:

William Schopf, President, Music Box Films
942 W. Lake Street
Chicago, IL 60607
Phone: (312) 492-9364
Website: musicboxfilms.com

Content:

(PaPaPa, PCPCPC, HoHoHo, B, C, LL, SSS, NNN, AA, DDD, MM) Very strong politically correct, pro-homosexual pagan worldview with a message against drug addiction and brief Christmas dinner scene with an extended family; 14 obscenities (including some “f” words), three strong profanities, seven light profanities, and man vomits; no violence; extreme sexual immorality includes depicted and implied homosexual sex, depicted self abuse to the point of release, homosexual kissing, one-night stands with people of the same sex, phone sex; full male nudity in one shot, plenty of upper and rear male nudity elsewhere; alcohol use and drunkenness, plus mention of having a problem with alcohol plus drugs; depicted crack smoking and man has a serious problem with illegal drugs but keeps relapsing; and, lying, cheating, man’s homosexual boyfriend disappears about three times to go on drug binges.


Summary:

KEEP THE LIGHTS ON is a small, explicit movie about a homosexual couple faced with problems when one of the men becomes a drug addict. KEEP THE LIGHTS ON is an abhorrent, politically correct movie about homosexuality and drug addiction that, unintentionally, shows viewers that the homosexual lifestyle is ultimately just about lust and narcissistic self-indulgence.


Review:

KEEP THE LIGHTS ON is a small, explicit movie about a homosexual couple that has problems when one of the men becomes a drug addict. The movie clearly shows the problems of drug addiction, but, in its politically correct obsessions, fails to recognize the sad emptiness of the homosexual lifestyle.
The story opens with Erik, a documentary filmmaker from Denmark, trolling for quick sexual liaisons by phone. In one of those liaisons, he meets Paul, a closeted young lawyer with a girlfriend. Erik and Paul become a couple, however. Soon, they are living together. Then, Paul’s addiction to drugs comes between them.
The degrading anonymous liaisons that Erik and Paul enjoy before they become a couple alienate the characters from the viewer. Even when they do get together, the relationship is clearly about sex, drugs and lust, not true love. Also, because the filmmakers have a politically correct, immoral, ungodly attitude toward sex, they never see Paul’s drug addiction for what it is: a symptom of his homosexual sin. Finally, although the movie clearly condemns drug addiction, addiction and self-indulgence are an essential part of the modern homosexual lifestyle. That’s why, of course, God condemns homosexual acts as evil and loathsome (see Lev. 18:1-30). Ultimately, KEEP THE LIGHTS ON is morally abhorrent. It contains graphic sex and nudity, drug abuse, cheating, and lying, with plenty foul language.


In Brief:

KEEP THE LIGHTS ON is an explicit movie about a homosexual couple faced with problems when one of the men becomes a drug addict. The story opens with Erik, a documentary filmmaker, seeking quick sexual liaisons. In one of those liaisons, he meets Paul, a closeted young lawyer. Erik and Paul become a couple. Soon, they’re living together. However, Paul’s addiction to drugs comes between them.
The degrading anonymous liaisons that Erik and Paul enjoy before they become a couple alienate the characters from viewers. Even when they do get together, the relationship is clearly about sex, drugs and lust, not true love. Also, because the filmmakers have a politically correct, immoral, ungodly attitude toward sex, they never see Paul’s drug addiction for what it is: a symptom of his homosexual sin. Finally, although the movie condemns drug addiction, it shows addiction and self-indulgence are an essential part of the homosexual lifestyle. That’s why, of course, God condemns homosexual acts as evil and loathsome. Ultimately, KEEP THE LIGHTS ON is morally abhorrent.