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World and Time Enough (1994)

Two men--a gay, HIV-positive artist and an adopted garbage collector--struggle in the face of stigma and loss to find meaning in work, love, and family.

Director:

Eric Mueller

Writer:

Eric Mueller
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Cast

Cast overview:
Matt Guidry Matt Guidry ... Mark
Gregory Gifford Giles ... Joey (as Gregory G. Giles)
Kraig Swartz Kraig Swartz ... David
Peter Macon ... Mike
Bernadette Sullivan Bernadette Sullivan ... Marie
John Patrick Marin John Patrick Marin ... Mr. Quincy
Kathleen Fuller Kathleen Fuller ... Mrs. Quincy
Adam Mikelson Adam Mikelson ... Young Mark
Carla Pavich Carla Pavich ... TV Reporter
Jennifer Jordan Campbell Jennifer Jordan Campbell ... Smiling Office Woman (as Jennifer Campbell)
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Two men--a gay, HIV-positive artist and an adopted garbage collector--struggle in the face of stigma and loss to find meaning in work, love, and family.

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 October 1995 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Edina, Minnesota, USA See more »

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Box Office

Gross USA:

$69,003
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1 in 10 Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Nice try, but.... dreadful.
5 April 2004 | by Briguy-14See all my reviews

Movies like this one give me hope - if Strand would release this movie - and it somehow got a good review in one or two outlets ... well, then. I guess there is hope that I'll be able to get a movie made and released after all.

Surely friends of the filmmaker wrote the IMDB comments. This film looks like a school project. In that realm, filmmaker Eric Mueller deserves an A. It's technically ok. The script is ok. The acting is ok. But it's just not a good movie. According to the quote from Out magazine which appears on the boxcover, Kraig Swartz (who speaks directly to the camera) "steals the movie." I wish he would. I wanted him to. But I didn't believe him for a minute - and he's a playing a stereotypical screaming mensch.

Too many gay romantic comedies have a writer/director at the helm who would have benefitted from a collaborator to keep him in check. This is a prime example.


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