Two brothers on different life paths, a gay waiter with a crush on an eligible bachelor and a drug addict in a twisted dependent relationships with his girlfriend, reunite to mourn the death of their mother.
The night before his wedding, Paul celebrates the last hours as a bachelor with childhood friend Jeremy as they drink and play "Quarters". However, as both men raise the stakes, so do the ... See full summary »
Lawrence Jefferies and Hugh Greerey have just met. They both have had girlfriends in the past...they're both straight. Thirteen or so minutes later, however, something's happened and things have changed.
A recently engaged couple travel from the U.S. to the romantic and beautiful Isle of Contadora in Panama. They instantly meet their "host," an engaging and sexy Latin lover type (who is single and unknowing to them, gay). As he accompanies them on their island adventures, soon bisexual feelings and experiences flourish among all three. Will their recent engagement suddenly be threatened? Written by
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Some films touch you... Others molest you in your sleep. This film is definitely the latter. But no worries! For it is a true gem for fans of bad filmmaking! As I previously wrote in my review of "The Singing Forest", I thoroughly believe that Jorge Ameer is the shining light we have been searching for since the death of Ed Wood. Unparalleled narcissism + the uncanny ability to light a film so that the subjects have not one, not two, but often THREE shadows + and an absolutely tin ear for dialogue = TOTAL WIN (for fans of bad film).
Looking for a good film? RUN FOR THE HILLS! DON'T LOOK BACK, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, DON'T LOOK BACK! Looking for a bad filmmaker to fill the gap when Uwe Boll is challenging critics to boxing matches? Jorge Ameer is your man! P.S. I "specially" loved the contrasting blue and orange lighting in nearly every frame.
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