In this story of sexual discovery and the resulting fallout that might happen within a family, a reunion vacation becomes unforgettable when two teenage boys discover their feelings for each other, only to be found out by their friends and relatives. When the relationship is discovered, so is another startling piece of information, that one of the families had previously institutionalized their son for reparative therapy because of his homosexuality. Written by
The scene where Seth is crying in the church wasn't originally planned in the movie. The script initially called for Seth on/nearby a cliff, but due to harsh weather conditions at that time, forced the filmmakers to improvise. See more »
Look, David, I'm... I'm really sorry.
Sorry? About what?
I'm sorry that you ever got involved with me. I'm sorry your brother saw us. I'm sorry everything is such a mess right now.
It's not your fault. It's just the way life is, right? Look, I don't know what to think about all this, Seth. I don't. Everything I know, everything I've been told, says it's wrong. But what happened the other night it felt right. It did. I'm so screwed up right now.
I feel like my insides are being ...
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Okay, despite what others are saying about this film, I found that the final outcome evoked the sweet, coming-of-age romantic feeling I was looking for. True, the film was slow to warm up, and the dialouge seemed flat a lot of times, and the acting of certain characters could have been better, but it was still a beautiful film about the budding love between two young guys. I found the character of Seth (Mathieu Smith) to be very warm. He's a gorgeous guy, and I noticed that not once in the film was his character mean to David. He was only loving, caring, and tender. I heard the budget for this film was like $2300. Whoever sees it expecting a movie with a budget like Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, Trick, or Brokeback Mountain, of course they will be disappointed. I also know the weather conditions were very poor during the filming of the movie, but they still managed to pull it off. I especially liked the outtakes (bloopers) section of the DVD. It was really entertaining. In all, knowing it was a low budget film, I thought it was a very sweet, humble, romantic film about the growing love between two lovable young guys.
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