Reggie, the aspiring singer; Chart, the troubled rich boy; and Peter Parker the ex-seminarian; share an apartment in the East Village (New York City) in this story dealing with AIDS, ... See full summary »
Lucy has problems. The love of her life is marrying her best friend and the bridesmaid's dress she's supposed to wear is two sizes too small. When the bus she's on breaks down in the middle... See full summary »
Jeff Anderson's debut feature is very much a grown up romantic comedy. Admittedly I was expecting a Randal Graves style of humor that wasn't delivered but that didn't stop my enjoyment of the flick. I was pleasantly surprised at the sincerity of the characters and the believability of the dialogue. I'm certain that a lot of the more serious scenes would have been crude and sentimental in lesser hands. The Gil and Biscuit scenes give it just enough humor to counter the central storyline. There are of course certain issues with both Andersons direction and his own limited acting abilities, but in their own way they're sort of charming. In short, the film is very enjoyable and Jeff shows a lot of potential as a Writer-Director.
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