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Very good documentary. It's about two gay men (Sam Cagnina and Stephen Margolin) who want a woman in their relationship. They finally find Samantha Singh. They all live together and have sex together (not shown). Then Samantha gets pregnant. They're all happy--but the birth of a child sets off some unexpected feelings...and this family might not survive.
I saw this at a film festival and, for some technical reason, they could only show it in black & white, not color. That may have affected my rating but I don't think so.
This is a totally fascinating movie following a different type of family and how it works and survives. It was shot over the space of 8 years so you see them grow and change--in good and bad ways. Totally absorbing but it is a little too long--it could have been cut by a few minutes. Still it's an excellent documentary and should be seen by all open-minded people interested in a new type of family. Recommended.
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