Your Kiss

1998 | Race and Culture / Sexuality | 4m | USA
Directors: Brad Robinson

Set to a beautiful, swooning 1940s song by Dorothy Lamour, Your Kiss is shot on the rooftop of a Mission district residence in late 1990s San Francisco. With a cast of local gay men, the film’s backdrop is a stunning vista of such landmarks as Twin Peaks, Potrero Hill, Bernal Heights and the Bay.

Reviews and Awards

Your Kiss presents a defiant circle of delicious kisses, chained from one gay man to another, in a simple expose of a social expression that most heterosexuals take for granted.” —Deborah Stratman, Ann Arbor Film Festival

“Visual elegance … the zest of this striking picture of gay affections and the courage and will to build a community where social, race and age concerns are not existent.” —Special Mention by Jury: Milan & Bologna International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival