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Teddy Bear - Film

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I just stumbled upon this and I didn't know if anyone else had seen it or heard about it. There's a Danish independent film called Teddy Bear that came out in 2012 that stars the Danish bodybuilder Kim Kold. It's about a shy, introverted, 38 year old bodybuilder, who lives with his overbearing mother and desperately wants to find someone to be with (he's straight) so he goes off to Thailand to find a wife. I just watched it on Amazon and it's a good film. Not a comedy, very sad and moving at some points (and yes there are good shots of his muscles), but worth the watch. Especially for us introverted, quiet, lifters. 

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1729226/

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3 hours ago, lifterwv said:

Ive seen it! It's actually a good movie with fantastic eye candy. That guy is HOT

Agreed. The Thai bodybuilders were quite good too. I liked them all at the dinner.

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