A man afflicted with cerebral palsy and profound deafness yearns for a meaningful relationship. His widowed father is torn between providing a high quality of life for his son and the reality of how unlikely it is that he will succeed.
Matthew R. Grego,
The final night that two feuding flatmates, one of whom is deaf, inhabit an apartment together. Continuing to aggravate the tension and passive aggressive behavior that has lead them to this point, they finally come to blows.
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Sean Paul Lockhart
Sean Paul Lockhart,
Matthew has a little "problem". A very male problem. It's not just the fact that his manhood is less-than-impressive, but he also has recurring anxiety attacks, which he treats with music ... See full summary »
Psychology student Lachlan (Dan Monty) is in need of a flatmate. After several applicants, Travis (Tim Crowe) appears on the scene, he flounces in and makes himself at home with the nervous and neurotic Lachlan. But it does not take long for Travis to find himself equally as shaken when Lachlan suddenly expresses his secret to Travis -- that he is an outspoken nudist. What ensues is a glimpse into the social etiquette, standards and stigmas of naturism among young people in a contemporary urban setting. As the friction between both men continues and their plans to discuss the issue turns to a heated debate and a full-blown argument, Travis brings home feisty Caitlyn (Kat Campbell), hoping for a one-night-stand but it becomes a young romance, in spite of her spirited attempts to force peace between the two men as she herself takes to the social nude lifestyle with ease. Travis, however, does not let his guard down quite so easily. Written by
There was originally supposed to be three flatmate applicants prior to Travis arriving. But the third, and most insane one, had to be cut from the film for brevity. The scene was shot and edited but deleted halfway through the editing process. See more »
Dancing With An Angel
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Although only 25 minutes in length, this film is still cute and funny about the complexities of being a nudist in today's supposedly enlightened society.
The characters are representative of the modern young urban adults with their coming to grips with nudism, a lifestyle which at least in Australia is still very much the monopoly of the baby boomer generation, and the 'don't ask don't tell' secrecy which unfortunately still keeps nudism under wraps.
The acting is great and who knows if there could be a sequel to it in the future?
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