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Nathan and Maggie are in the throes of a passionate affair. They're young, good-looking, and both have boyfriends. When Nathan is assigned to write a travel article on romantic hot-spots in Napa Valley, these unconventional lovers test the limits of the sensuality and fantasy that bond them. Written by
Exactly how long has this affair with you and Nathan been going on?
Six months now.
You know, some people might consider that a little slutty.
You know, I probably think the same thing. But...
Well it's actually just really innocent, and child-like, and kadnistic all at the same time.
How does he explain the whole gay thing?
Nathan's one of those 70-30 gays.
Bisexualty is just one stop on the road to 'Gayville'.
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Sonnet No. 3 (Like a Duck)
Written by Honky / Rock-A-Lot / Whacks-A-Lot
Performed by MC Honky
Published by Sir Rock-A-Lot Music (ASCAP), Dick Little Music
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I watched this movie as I had a spare hour and a half and the 73 minute running time intrigued me, as I often find that a lot films these days are over inflated and over long. This film is a confusing "love" story with an unlikeable lead. The casting of the leading male actor was a mistake as far as I was concerned. He didn't (to me) have the charisma required to portray the "lothario" he was convinced he was. His looks bordered on effeminate. Don't get me wrong, effeminacy does not bother me in the slightest,but in this case, I found it hard to find the actor/character as irresistible as the film would have you believe. Kudos however must go to the lady playing the female lead. I felt she gave a good performance and she made me feel for her. Which is a definite plus, right? The road trip format of this movie has been done before. And I quite enjoy road trips if the traveling companions are interesting and the destination is worth the trip. In this case, it wasn't. Not a total waste of time, but I would not recommend this as a must see.
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