Trying to avoid jail time from credit card fraud, Price, at the advice of his cousin, hides out at a college fraternity. There's only one thing his cousin didn't tell him... the entire frat... See full summary »
Trying to avoid jail time from credit card fraud, Price, at the advice of his cousin, hides out at a college fraternity. There's only one thing his cousin didn't tell him... the entire frat house is GAY! Price has to pretend he is also gay in order to stay hidden. Mayhem and comedy explode as several members find Price attractive while Price struggles for his sanity. However, Price discovers a life lesson he never thought possible in the mistaken identity comedy from Raw Dawg Films. Written by
This homophobic and amateurish movie offends at every opportunity.
I saw this film at the San Francisco Black Lesbian, Gay, Transgendered Film Festival and was shocked not only by the amateur quality of the acting, writing, photography and direction but by the way the film pushed offensive stereotypes of gay men to unbelievably unpleasant extremes without even managing to be funny. (Of course, the film's equally offensive depiction of Asians, Caucasians, and some Black People weren't any funnier than its cartoonish depiction of its gay characters.) I can only guess that this incredibly homophobic film was made by a straight man with little or no real understanding or sympathy for gay men and their lives. And I can't help wondering why the SF BLGBT Festival would program this stink bomb.
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