Infuriating and grating, Bros sees two commitment-phobic gay men attempt a relationship.
A political activist, Billy (Billy Eichner – TV’s American Horror Story, Parks and Recreation) is possibly one of the most irritating screen characters around. Chairing the committee looking to raise money for the LGBTQ+ museum, he’s the professional gay spokesman that knows it all. But he’s not particularly attractive in a world of body fascism. So when he meets the beefy Aaron (Luke Macfarlane – TV’s Brothers and Sisters, Killjoys), Billy struggles to believe what’s happening.
Bros (written and directed by Eichner and Nicholas Stoller – Neighbours Get Him to the Greek) means well but simply fails – the neurotic Eichner cannot hold a candle to Woody Allen, resulting in an imbalance of empathy and the desire for Billy to simply shut up and go away.