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Save Me (2007)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 15 October 2009 (France)
A sex and drug addicted young man who is forced into a Christian-run ministry in an attempt to cure him of his "gay affliction", where instead he is faced with the truth in his heart and spirit.


Robert Cary


Robert Desiderio (screenplay), Craig Chester (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jeremy Glazer ... Trey
Chad Allen ... Mark
David Petruzzi ... Dustin
Arron Shiver ... Jude
Colin Jones ... Randall
Stephen Lang ... Ted
Judith Light ... Gayle
William Dennis Hurley ... Bill
Robert Gant ... Scott
Robert Baker ... Lester
Ross Kelly Ross Kelly ... Adam
Luce Rains ... Clerk
Paul Scallan Paul Scallan ... Paul
Carmen Morales Carmen Morales ... Lydia
Forrest Fyre ... Dr. Wilson


A sex and drug addicted young man who is forced into a Christian-run ministry in an attempt to cure him of his "gay affliction", where instead he is faced with the truth in his heart and spirit.

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Drama | Romance


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"This Isn't God's Plan!"..."But what if it IS?"
4 March 2009 | by Harajuku_Kid87See all my reviews

"Save Me" starts with a drug and sex addicted, care-free man named Mark. After a suicide attempt and being released from the hospital, his elder brother pays a Christian Rehabilitation House for two months of his stay. This is no "ordinary" rehabilitation house. It's a rehabilitation for men. GAY men. Mark is gay and is placed into this "Genesis"house ran by Gayle and her husband Ted. The goal of "Genesis" is to "cure" Mark, and the fellow house members consisting of several other men who've each been there different amount of times, of this "affliction" society likes to call "Homosexuality", in hopes that Mark and the others can learn to lead the "right" path and follow in the footsteps of Christ. This is where it all begins.

One thing I truly like about this movie is that it is NOT afraid to cross the boundaries of Religion and one of the biggest taboos in society. Stereotype Christians constantly seem to be at war here with society about what gets you into hell and what gets you into heaven, and that if you do not live by God's Word, (The Bible) that you will be damned for all Eternity. This movie isn't afraid to cross that line and say, "You know what?! This isn't correct." And, "What if...?". It's not afraid to question the rules, the rules that were always MEANT to be followed with no questions asked. This movie DOES ASK those questions, resulting in an amazing final outcome.

I myself as a Christian gay male have been asking myself these questions for YEARS, not ever getting a straight answer. I was either shunned, called a hypocrite, or immediately hit in the face with Bible quotes I was already well aware of; pointless. If you have an open mind, or are/have been in a similar situation, or just want to see a DAMNED good movie, then this one is definitely worth sitting down and watching.

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15 October 2009 (France) See more »

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Filming Locations:

New Mexico, USA


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Opening Weekend USA:

$6,992, 7 September 2008

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Dolby Digital



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2.35 : 1
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