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Tiger Orange (2014)

Unrated | | Drama | July 2014 (USA)
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In the small Central California town where they grew up, two estranged gay brothers struggle to reconnect after the recent death of their father.

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Chet
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Todd
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Brandon
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Young Chet
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William Waters
Adrian Delcan ...
Young Todd
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Rachel
Shaun Cozzens ...
Kingston
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Officer John
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Mr. Farber
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Cara with the hard hat
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Todd's hardware store hookup
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In the small Central California town where they grew up, two estranged gay brothers struggle to reconnect after the recent death of their father.

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two gay brothers re-connect after many years
18 February 2016 | by (southwest US) – See all my reviews

Two gay brothers reconnect after the death of their dad. Mark Strano is Chet, who stayed in the family home, and even runs the family hardware store. (Strano was also in Out to Kill). Frankie Valenti is brother Todd, who has left LA to return home, after a bad breakup. (Valenti also has a thriving career in the "alternative film industry"... which explains why we keep seeing him get undressed and dance around naked. In the adult films, he's known as Johnny Hazzard). Chet and Todd are two completely different people. Chet is quiet, conservative, and keeps a low profile. Todd is the loud, rowdie one, and they butt heads right off. And Todd likes to start fights, so we can tell its going to be a huge problem. It's a great story. Good script. MOST of the actors do a great job, but there are a couple weak apples in the crowd. or am I mixing my metaphors? All kinds of cussing and adult gay guy talk in this one, so its definitely NOT for the kiddies.

Directed by Wade Gasque, who had only directed short films before this. I was looking for a production company name on IMDb, but i see at the end of the film, this was funded by kickstarter. That's the website where people donate to the fund to get it made, and they have their name listed at the end of the credits. Glad to see it succeed. Quite entertaining.


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