At his agent's party, Ryan, a young screenwriter, and Joel, Ryan's boyfriend, meet Leo, an aspiring novelist and a college student. During an intense conversation about serial killers, Ryan... See full summary »

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Quentin Lee

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Quentin Lee
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Credited cast:
Reggie Lee ... Ryan (as R.T. Lee)
Andy Steinlen ... Joel (as Greyson Dayne)
Jonathon Roessler ... Leo
Desi del Valle Desi del Valle ... Carrie
Sebastien Guy ... Matt
T. Jerram Young T. Jerram Young ... Dane
Michel Choban Michel Choban ... Bob
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Jerry Lentz Jerry Lentz ... Ryan's Agent
Marcus Teo ... Producer
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At his agent's party, Ryan, a young screenwriter, and Joel, Ryan's boyfriend, meet Leo, an aspiring novelist and a college student. During an intense conversation about serial killers, Ryan feels viscerally connected to Leo as if everyone in the party has vanished. Out on a limb, Ryan leaves Joel's apartment on the fateful morning and drifts into three different possibilities of a love triangle. Written by Quentin Lee <qlee@marginfilms.com>

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Do You Ever Wonder About The Possibilities? See more »

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Drama | Romance | Comedy

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TV-MA
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Another dull, self-conscious, angst-filled gay movie.
4 February 2005 | by jz-10See all my reviews

Not good. Not the worst thing I've ever seen, either. It's just a dull, amateurish effort, where the writer thought that the most realistic the dialogue, the better. (Not true. Try leaving a tape recorder on for a couple of hours when you're having a heart-to-heart with a friend. Just don't make me listen to the result.) Drift has a couple of fresh points--first, it deals with the pain of breakup, and avoids the horrible cliché of "coming out" stories or overly sunny romantic discovery. It's very realistic, and prefers understatement to emotional shouting.

But that latter point is also its downfall. It is dull. The gambit of three possible endings cannot save it. The main character is a self-pitying neurotic, and as time went on, I lost all interest in him. Save your money.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 May 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Amor à Deriva See more »

Filming Locations:

Munich, Bavaria, Germany

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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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