Get an eyeful of Mzansi's first gay romantic comedy movie.
No Hiding Here was released on Thursday on Showmax and centres on a diverse male couple coping as klompie secrets come out of the closet.
Unfolding in a conservative dorpie, gay drama onnie Sam Stephens unintentionally screens gay porn to laaities at a school event, also attended by closeted celeb Caleb.
Earl Gregory, who plays Sam, says: “I was very fortunate to work alongside the best in the business so that helped me get into the swing of things very quickly."
He says working on the film made it a "safe space where pronouns and gender identities were respected”.
The character of Caleb, played by David Viviers, sukkels with the potential public fallout of being exposed as a homosexual.
“He uses a projected idea of himself as a ‘ladies man’ as his kind of brand, a constructed persona that he imagines is necessary to sell himself and his music,” says Viviers.
The film is writer and director Gabe Gabriel's feature-length directorial debut.
He says he wanted to “write a story that features multiple queer characters at different stages of self-discovery”.
Also starring Tiffany Barbuzano, Antoinette Kellerman and Phumzile Sitole, the fliek was shot in under two weeks at four locations in Melville, Joburg.