Watching “Gay Hollywood Dad”, I was utterly bored and nearly turned it off. However, I persevered hoping that it would get better. Overall, I had a couple issues with this queer film. While it is certainly a queer reality-tv film, it sometimes felt more like a documentary. Based on the synopsis, I believed Quentin and his son, Casper, would be the main focus yet at times Casper got set aside to focus on Quentin’s film making. In fact, shoved in a reality-tv film is the ENTIRE short film that of course stars Casper as a baby. Many of the interviews were not captivating, and the entire film lacked a central focus beyond the mere passing of time. Yet the biggest issue I had was that I could not connect with Quentin at all. I did know know his name before this film, and honestly don’t feel like I know him any better afterwards. I’d pass on “Gay Hollywood Dad.”
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