Noah's Arc (2004)

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Four gay friends live in L.A. and deal with today's issues, boyfriends, aids, your boyfriend's children, making it in the movie biz, etc.

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4 September 2007 | vickywelsch
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| with potential
How good it could have been if the budget had been higher. Four black gay men living in L.A. - that's really new and original. I admit I am a really big fan of QaF and at first I was disappointed of Noahs Arc: one-dimensional characters, bad timing and some stupid plot ideas. If the timing was right it could be a really funny comedy show. I am now in the middle of season two and it got definitely better: better sets, better dialogues and better acting thanks to guest stars, who up the performance of the whole team. There are low budget television shows for every social group and it was time for a piece about black gay men. So what? Not every gay themed production should be a potential Emmy nominee - and that's good.

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