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Gone, But Not Forgotten (2003)

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Drew (Aaron Orr) is a forest ranger who meets yuppie Mark (Matthew Montgomery) after he falls while rock climbing... See full synopsis »

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Drew (Aaron Orr) is a forest ranger who meets yuppie Mark (Matthew Montgomery) after he falls while rock climbing... See full synopsis »

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As he remembers who he was, he discovers who he is. And who he really loves.

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9 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Desaparece pero no se olvida  »

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The whole cast and crew stayed in the cabin where Drew takes Mark. Matthew Montgomery (Mark) and Aaron Orr (Drew) shared a room. It can be seen in the film: It's the room Mark sleeps in. See more »

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Drew Parker: Jesus, Doc... Have... Have you done something new to your hair?
Dr. Mary Williams: [flattered] Well, yes, as a matter of fact, I have! Thank you for no...
[realizing]
Dr. Mary Williams: Ooh, what do you want?
Drew Parker: Can I see him?
Dr. Mary Williams: I don't think he is ready for a visitor yet.
Drew Parker: I just wanna to introduce myself.
Dr. Mary Williams: Why would you wanna do that?
Drew Parker: I *just saved his life*.
Dr. Mary Williams: You're just... basically... thinking of his wellfare.
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Staring Straight Into the Sun
Written by Jared Young
Performed by Jared Young and Byron Evans
Produced by Jared Young and Pat Evans
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What's wrong with nice?
22 May 2006 | by (North Florida) – See all my reviews

OK, so I've watched the maybe five good English speaking gay themed movies released over the last five years. My internet rental queue has about 70 titles for which I remain ever hopeful. One after another, they rate anywhere from simple horrible to pointless, depressing, tedious, condescending, or French horrible. Hope has not completely vanished, but expectations are no longer exceedingly high.

Maybe low expectation was why I liked this movie. I certainly think way too high expectation is why some others did not. The best of film makers would be hard pressed to do better with a budget that wouldn't pay for food service on most movie sets and undoubtedly filmed in less time than a big budget director spends picking his nose. Come on, this little guy deserves a break. The story is feasible and interesting situationally. The characters are believable and their interactions seem real without stereotype. The storyline is laid out in a logical fashion. There is a point. The acting is at least up to soap opera standards. Problems that hound gay relationships are addressed honestly. The video format seems very fitting for the simple, small town, natural surroundings in which it was filmed. The guys are aesthetically decent enough. And it has one of the best choreographed romantic love scenes of any gay movie, big budget or not. As far as pace, this is indeed not an action packed, ADHD storyline, but the pace does thankfully allow the characters to develop. It's just a nice story to let you know the big bad world is not going to always eat you alive.

"Gone but not Forgotten" is more like a granola bar grabbed at the checkout counter rather than say, "Foie Gras en Terrine", at the French Laundry. Simple, momentarily satisfying, and basically healthy. I hope it gets judged accordingly.


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