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Curtis Edward Jackson
The happy gay couple DAVID and Khaled would love to marry publicly - if there weren't Khaled's homophobic father ALEDRISSI, David's pseudo orthodox jewish acting mother LEA and a possible paternity and gallery insolvency.
Maximilian von Pufendorf,
Excellent film, though some questions left unanswered
This film is both original and surprising. It sounds like a gay sci-fi flick by it's premise, but it is not; The more you watch it the more you are drawn into the complicated and interesting plot.
I have to say that I have enjoyed the film immensely. I watched it at home actually, and I was shocked to find it was only 90 minutes long - there is so much 'meat' in this film, it actually felt like 180 minutes! and in the best way possible. This really should have been a TV mini-series, minimum 6 x 1 hour episodes. There is so much yet to tell which was not told in the film - most probably due to luck of time; I wish there would be a 'director cut' of it.
The acting in this film is very convincing and vivid, at time very emotive and touching. The lead actor Jonathan Slavin is very good indeed and so are all the other cast; very believable and empathic characterisation by the cast; Yet another strong plus for this wonderful film.
Well done to the creator John Baumgartner who did a fine job.
If you have missed this film go and watch it. It's a must!!
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