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Maria de Medeiros,
I have seen many gay films, & this is one of the best. Rob Williams may be a "new" director, but I think he did an excellent job. The looks, comments, moves, etc. by the characters only added to the movie. Casting was great - There was wonderful chemistry between Windham & Matthew, which only added realism to the movie. I disagree with another comment that fag hags are necessary to attract the female demographic. (many men, straight or gay, have female friends, & I resent that term). I am a straight woman; & while I liked the character of Mary Margaret, I certainly wasn't very interested in her part (sorry). I was interested in the love story between 2 hot guys who were looking for real love. While the story line is somewhat predictable, it is a good romantic comedy, with some great and funny lines. Artie O'Day, Jeremy Lucas - they were all good. The Commentary is hilarious & definitely worth listening to after you've watched the movie. Check out the soundtrack - it's got some wonderful tunes. I will definitely look for more from Rob & all the actors in this film.
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