A quick witted, edgy romantic dramedy about a young successful Manhattan investment banker living the charmed life about to marry the woman of his dreams who, a month before his wedding, ...
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David Alanson Bradberry
Jeff is taking care of everything Mark left behind when he died. Mark was about to have a visitor, Andrea, an Italian guy he met online. Both of them will have the chance to share memories of the Mark they knew while knowing each other.
A quick witted, edgy romantic dramedy about a young successful Manhattan investment banker living the charmed life about to marry the woman of his dreams who, a month before his wedding, meets and unexpectedly falls in love with a charismatic man from his past. Written by
Fox Meadow Films
There is some really good acting here. But the best acting is is done by secondary players, because they have the more plausible story lines. The worst acting is by the two lead actors, but the fault may mostly be due to the implausible storyline given to them. It was insane to think that a deep and thoughtful philosophy major would be so clueless about himself after so much experience in school, grad school, and life in the city. But even more insane to think he'd fall in love with a selfish, egotistical liar who borders on the criminally obsessed. The story has too many scenes and actions for which you cannot know what the character's motivation is. At one moment the closeted man is completely afraid of man man sex , the next second he's all comfortable and cuddly, and then wham he's nervous again. No continuity of character from scene A to scene B, so no chance for eventual character development from Beginning to End.
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