Les Garcons (La Notte Brava, 1959), an adaption of Pasolini's novel Ragazzi di vita, follows the exploits of a gay-vague criminal couple (Brialy, Laurent Terzieff).
Une femme est une femme (A Woman is a Woman, 1961): Brialy's girlfriend wants a baby, but he isn't ready, so he enlists the aid of his best buddy (Jean-Paul Belmondo).
Cheri (1962): The bisexual male prostitute from the Colette novel.
Robert et Robert (1978). The two Roberts form a bromance while trying to find heterosexual partners through a computer dating service run by the gay-vague Brialy.
La nuit de Varennes (1982): during the French Revolution, a gay-vague hairdresser encounters the legendary lover Casanova (Marcello Mastroianni) and American patriot Thomas Paine (Harvey Keitel).
The Innocents (1987): In his most overtly gay role, Brialy plays a German composer whose son is having an affair with his favorite male prostitute.
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See also: Colette's Cheri: A Male Prostitute Finds Love.