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Don't Go (2007)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama  -  14 July 2007 (USA)
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The intimate story of the lives and loves of a group of vibrant individuals living in a Los Angeles fourplex.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jada Anderson ...
Younger Jaden
Corliss Bennett ...
Debra
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Joseph
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Michael
Avear Carey ...
Tommy
Skyler Cooper ...
Bone
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Deedra Christa
Arianna Desmuke ...
Younger Bone
Nisha Ganatra ...
Shanti
Kalena Knox ...
Joanne
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Ryan (as John Kostrey)
Melange Lavonne ...
Jaden
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Heera
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"Don't Go" is the intimate story of the lives and loves of a group of vibrant individuals living in a Los Angeles fourplex. These people struggle with the same issues we face every day: love, loss, change, and family. But rather than a static representation of our daily problems, this television series introduces us to new characters that may be our neighbors in real life but are rarely seen on our television screens. Written by Anonymous

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Defines dreadful
27 February 2008 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

I saw this at Queerscreen's 2008 Sydney Mardi Gras Film Festival. It was billed in the program as "gay version of Melrose Place" and compared with Queer as Folk and the L Word. At the end of the screening I realised what the title meant: it was the cast & crew's preemptive yelling at the approximately 20% of the audience who walked out before the end. Mind you, this was a broadminded audience. They weren't walking out over offensive or controversial material, rather at the atrociousness of its acting, storyline, photography, sound quality, directing. The remainder of the audience stayed and laughed AT the show, not with it. It was so bad, it was funny. Recommended for film school students as a study in bad film-making. **SPOILER** If I could score a zero I would, but it gets a single point only due to an original plot piece involving an intersex/lesbian couple. Although even this storyline (the lesbian partner falls pregnant) has a major failing ... the intersex woman doesn't seem at all surprised at her partner's pregnancy despite having been told she was unable to complete a conception, and then doesn't even doubt the faithfulness of her partner (anybody would assume she'd been with another more fruitful partner). Many scenes compete for #1 worst but I would have to make special mention for the scene where two totally unrelated and dissimilar female characters are coincidentally chatting over a box of Kleenex and one exclaims "we have so much in common" - this brought the house down in disbelieving laughter. Runner-up was the ghost scene.


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