I try not to be too concerned with incidentals, like some folks are. For instance, if the wall paper in a room is sort of dull, or a girl has false eyelashes, I don't let that bother me. I don't find a scene ruined by such things, so long as the passion and the chemistry between the two girls/women is apparent and arousing.
But in "My Boifriend", the basics of film makiing 101 are so carelessly disregarded, that it becomes distracting and eventually ruins the whole movie.
The sound is very poorly synchronized with the action, in all four scenes. This is most obvious when one girl is kissing the other. The sound of the kiss comes in about 3 second after we have watched the kiss happen. This becomes a obvious problem since, like most Viv Thomas movies, kissing is featured prominently.