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Check Out the Finale of ‘Six Months For Six Weeks,’ a Gay Musical Web Series: VIDEO

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The final episode of the gay musical web series, "Six Months for Six Weeks" by songwriter John Coons and filmmaker Alex Berry has been released.

Beginning back in September, this 6-part, semi-autobiographical miniseries tells the story of two twenty-something men in Portland, Maine and their six-week ‘relationship with an expiration date.’ It’s set against 2009’s ‘Question 1’ gay marriage debate.

Write the filmmakers, “Alternatively tender and satirical, it looks at the definitions and value we place on relationships in our changing world.”

Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Watch Episode 2 Of 'Six Months For Six Weeks,' A Gay Musical Web Series: VIDEO

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Last month Andy posted about a new web series, Six Months For Six Weeks, created by singer-songwriter John Coons and filmmaker Alex Berry. A semi-autobiographical account of a relationship with an expiration date set against Maine's 'Question 1' gay marriage debate in 2009, the series examines the "definitions and value we place on relationships in our changing world." It's also filled with charming moments including a perhaps somewhat embarrassing bedroom revelation: "I did not get my first grey hair before I had sex for the first time!"

Check out the second episode in the six part installment AFTER THE JUMP...

Also, in case you missed it, check out the first episode HERE.

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'Six Months for Six Weeks', a Gay Musical Web Series About a Relationship with an Expiration Date: VIDEO

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Six Months for Six Weeks is a six-part web series from singer-songwriter John Coons and filmmaker Alex Berry.

It's a semi-autobiographical one-man show based around songs, and tells the story of two 20-something men in Portland, Maine and their six week "relationship with an expiration date." It's set against 2009's 'Question 1' gay marriage debate.

Write the filmmakers: "Alternatively tender and satirical, it looks at the definitions and value we place on relationships in our changing world."

Watch the first episode, AFTER THE JUMP...

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