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I enjoyed this surprising film, which I saw at the SF Frameline festival this past weekend. Jeffrey is a gay architect who is enamored with a guy who won't spend the night or otherwise deepen their relationship. When he sees this guy letting himself into an apartment building (with another guy on his arm) and then sees an sign saying there's another apartment available, he lets the eager landlady show it to him. What starts out as clearly a bad idea turns into a nightmare. There's fun along the way, but it isn't really tongue-in-cheek. A good homage to lots of thrillers - yet it has its own plot twists. A good time was had by all. Recommended.
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