When lawyer DJ Farraday discovers his father has been having an affair, the two drive out to the remote family cabin to talk things over. What neither expects is that DJ's estranged gay brother Campbell will already be there, apparently planning a weekend retreat with his boyfriend. But father and sons are forced to put aside their grievances when two escaped convicts show up and put everyone's lives in danger.
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The secrets some men keep can be killers.
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There was an additional scene, available on the DVD, called "Hello Mutha," and which included first Cambell and D.J. talking by the cabin fireplace which drinking beer, and then father Del comes in and they sing together, and Del praises both of them and kisses them on their heads, and then Del and finally D.J. go up to bed, leaving Cambell alone by the fire. Other than D.J. telling Cambell that "he liked Billy, and had no problem with him," the rest of the conversation is unclear, and no other character names seem to be discussed or acknowledged in the scene. See more
Billy's dead, he died a year ago. I guess he didn't fight it much or take is meds or something, because you can beat it now if you try - I just gotta think he didn't try.