At the suggestion of his friend, Leo (Kevin McKidd) joins a men's group, where he causes a stir by declaring his attraction to one of its members. But he also still harbors feelings for his former girlfriend. Such is the predicament in the English comedy Bedrooms and Hallways (1998), directed by Rose Troche and written by Robert Farrar. We get a hearty display of male bonding with McKidd, Tom Hollander, Hugo Weaving, and James Purefoy all appearing in their skivies and showing off their chests. Hugo an Hollander particularly show flashes of their bits and butts while enjoying a leasurly skinny dip, though the shot is distant and obscured by the water. Hollander also has a scene where he is tied up and blindfolded while naked in bed, with a fabric mostly but not entirely covering his package - some possible ball business peeking out to say hello. If you find yourself getting too turned on, just do as McKidd does in his half naked bathhouse scene and keep repeating "Margaret Thatcher" to yourself until you're thoroughly unstimulated.