A sexy, suspenseful, psychological thriller, 'Truth' exposes the hidden demons buried deep inside each and every one of us. Caleb falls madly in love with Jeremy who he's just met through a hook up website. The spark between the two lovers is evident from the beginning - but soon the line between blind faith and lies blurs. Battling the demons of his past, Caleb tries unsuccessfully to conceal his secrets until, gradually, the darker sides of his personality can simply no longer be hidden. Tense, hot, and always thrilling, 'Truth' is gay cinema at its most exciting.
What is clear when watching some gay themed films, is that the fine line between pornography and acting is a very thin. But then so many people strive to achieve a degree of notoriety by including unnecessary full frontal male nudity to cover for what is a pretty cheap and amateurish presentation. In this case, notorious porn performer Brent Corrigan, re-brands himself to Sean Paul Lockhart to enable Rob Moretti to objectify him and legitimise his nudity without unsettling any of the other actors. But then the term actor for anybody in this film is pretty much scraping the bottom of the barrel. With totally unconvincing performances, one is left wondering this. Other than the bad boy of porn, what does this film have to offer? Pretty much nothing.