Manically depressed waitress Margaret (Sweetin) is edging closer to the brink of suicide until her optimistic gay brother Kirk (Bradford) is nearly killed in a homophobic attack. She vows ... See full summary »
James Easter Bradford
I just saw this film at the Secret City Film Festival and really, really enjoyed it.
The relationships between the various characters were well-explored, and a study on the various relationships that we can develop in real life. The plot was quite engaging but also quirky. I did not predict the ending but was pleased by the believability of it. The performance of the actors, amixture of unknown and established names, was very pleasing.
But the best part of the film was the cinematography of Joe Stauffer; simply breathtaking. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who appreciates viewing something other than Hollywood schlock. WK
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