Adrien and Mark are boyfriends and live together in a small town near a large lake but there's a problem.
Mark is content in his career as a ferry-boatman and content having Adrien living with him. Adrien is content with Mark but yearns to leave for Berlin where he can pursue his dream of becoming a rock musician. Adrien feels he must leave and Mark feels that he cannot.
One night during work, Mark comes up on deck and is surprised to see Adrien in his car with all of his stuff loaded into it. Adrien has decided to leave for Berlin to pursue his dream. Will Mark be able to convince him to stay? Should he?
Well made and well thought out, I found this film to be compelling and not just because the two leads were both so adorable. What I found interesting was that this was essentially a gay film that could have just as easily been a straight film. The fact that the two leads were gay caused no one any angst. They were accepted for who they were and there were no problems because they were gay. The problems they had stemmed from their being two different people with two different sets of dreams and goals. Bravo! and well done!
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