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Loosely based on Sartre's NO EXIT, it revolves around three lost souls who are the desperate dregs left over from a crystal meth party organized on the internet.
Superb direction by Etienne Kallos, an excellent acting ensemble with John Kudan as Garcin, Daniel Booth as Inez, Brad Coolidge as Eric. This film has a dark theme relating to the devastation crystal meth is doing to the gay, bisexual and trans-gendered community. One character(Garcin played by Kudan)is an older pathetic married bisexual who falls for the pre-op Transsexual (Inez played by Booth), while the pre-op transsexual desires the young gay "past his prime" party boy, however the said party boy is into the older bisexual. Their "Hell" (as Satre's play was set in his version of Hell)is unrequited love and desire in a sleazy welfare hotel in Jersey City, NJ. It is an extremely disturbing film, while at the same time providing the occasional "dark" laugh----It is a short film (a little over fourteen minutes) that leaves one wanting more.
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