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Much ado about nothing! Not one character is believable! The plot is easy to go with but the characterizations are just over the top.
The separation and differences between the brothers just comes across a trying and contrived. I'm trying to find something positive to write about this flick! Yet nothing comes to mind.
The audience for this story is very limited to just the gay community because of it's plot. Two gay brothers finally communicating after years of separation and a vast difference in life style. Good luck watching it start to finish!
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