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Look, David, I'm... I'm really sorry.
Sorry? About what?
I'm sorry that you ever got involved with me. I'm sorry your brother saw us. I'm sorry everything is such a mess right now.
It's not your fault. It's just the way life is, right? Look, I don't know what to think about all this, Seth. I don't. Everything I know, everything I've been told, says it's wrong. But what happened the other night it felt right. It did. I'm so screwed up right now.
I feel like my insides are being ...
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The DVD features the original opening scene of the movie where Seth's mom tricks him, making him abducted by the group of men who takes him into the insitution. See more »
Why isn't JF Davis, who played Brian, David's hunky father, listed in the cast? Was it so bad that he didn't want to be associated with the film? I was hoping Brian and Tommy would get together (especially the scene with the wine). That's okay, that is what fantasies are for! I agree with the other commenter about the brother of David, Ricky. He just didn't fit in, and that was not what I would call "acting", unless he was acting as a bad actor.
It was just.....
Average. I would give it a C+, but strictly for including the gorgeous actor who played Tommy.
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