Many times, we see that there are people from the LGBT community who are fascinated by travel, and some of them may also have the privilege of traveling the world on a cruise, and many of us wonder what exactly happens on a gay cruise.
This year a documentary came out in which we can see some of the many things that happen when the crew of a cruise enjoy their stay in it, all this in the film Dream Boat, produced by Gebrueder Beetz and directed by Tristan Ferland Milewski.
In this controversial documentary, the stories of five boys, selected among the three thousand crew members of the ship, participate. They tell their stories of their seven days of freedom aboard Dram Boat.
Being surrounded by handsome and muscular guys you'll think it's happiness, but it's not for everyone. Discover how far their sexuality gets where prejudices remain on the ground; for many is more than being in paradise: for others, it becomes a nightmare to be rejected by the stereotypes that dominate much of the gay world. When living under religious norms, going out to discover the world in a space "without labels" is quite an adventure. And this is just a small part of what you will discover in Dream Boat.
This documentary, that was part of the official selection of the 2017 Oufest based in Los Angeles, will captivate you from the first moment you see his trailer. Discover for yourself what is happening inside a gay cruise. Dream Boat is available on Netflix. Run to see it and the reflection will come to you.