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The Moment After (2002)

A poignant longing for what could have been permeates this film as Tracey marks his Birthday by making a choice from which there's no turning back.

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Gerald McCullouch
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Credited cast:
Gerald McCullouch ... Tracey
Gabriel Romero ... Gabe
Leslie Easterbrook ... Stephanie
Joanna Daniels ... Danny
Tamara Downs ... Sterling
Lela Lee ... Sarone
Kris Andersson Kris Andersson ... Dixie Longate (Drag Queen #1)
Clay Adkins ... Drag Queen #2
Worthie Meacham Worthie Meacham ... Momma (Drag Queen #3)
Joe DiGiandomenico Joe DiGiandomenico ... John
Brad Fisher Brad Fisher ... Driver
Sal Rendino ... Ned
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Torris Helland Torris Helland ... Young Tracey
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A poignant longing for what could have been permeates this film as Tracey marks his Birthday by making a choice from which there's no turning back.

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IT HITS THE HEART AND THE MIND
30 July 2003 | by cinema-46See all my reviews

Like a programmer of Gay & Lesbian Film Exhibition from Barcelona, I must say the Moment After is a very important film to be shown in that kind of Festivals but also in the Festivals of general issues (good script/ history and very good realization).

The moment after is a very well contructed drama with an unexpected final, and transmits a lot of feelings. When I decided to program the film, I did it after seeing the pre-view tape, I decided, with no doubt, that the film has to be shown. First for the movie in itself, the history. But then for what transmits, at least to gay and lesbian people but I think also heterosexual people can share the feeling, the decision, the idea that i'm sure mostly of homosexual people though once in "That moment" in one moment of their live. And after seeing the film you think: "lucky to have the moment after".

If you have the oportunity you have to see it: DO IT!. Doesn't matter if you are gay or not, because is an interesting and good movie and you will understand certain moments of gay people lives.

Thanks Gerald for this Moment. People who attend the Exhibition liked the movie the puntuation given by the audience (1 to 5) was 4.2 (average), GOOD. We wait for your next movie!

Jaume Gil


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 August 2002 (USA) See more »

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