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ON DVD: “Keep The Lights On,” “The Paperboy,” “For A Good Time, Call”

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While this year’s crop of must-see indie films are debuting at Sundance, this week you can find some of last year’s film-festival faves on DVD: A filmmaker falls for a drug addict in Ira Sach’s semi-autobiographical Keep The Lights On, while a couple of young women work phone sex lines to pay the rent in Jamie Travis’ semi-autobiographical For A Good Time, Call…

Meanwhile, Lee Daniels’ The Paperboy, a controversial pick at Cannes, co-stars Matthew McConaughey as a gay masochist, and gay filmmaker (and film-fest veteran) Todd Verow’s Bad Boy Street chronicles a romance between a middle-aged Frenchman and the young American he picks up.