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2 Minutes Later (2007)

When lesbian detective Abigail Marks teams up with gay guy Michael Dalmar to solve the disappearance of his twin, Kyle Dalmar, a famed portrait photographer, their investigation leads them ... See full summary »

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Robert Gaston

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Robert Gaston
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Molina Michael Molina ... Michael / Kyle Dalmar
Jessica Graham ... Abigail Marks
Peter Stickles ... Victor
Matt Cannon ... Joey (as J. Matthew Miller)
Jennifer Layne Park ... Monique
Mei-Yann Hwang Mei-Yann Hwang ... May
Lyndon Tate Lyndon Tate ... Tevin (as Joe Almanza)
Grant Barker Grant Barker ... Samuel
Houston Bernard Houston Bernard ... Nico
Liz Douglas Liz Douglas ... Kimmy
Scott Spragg Scott Spragg ... Franz
Kim Blackman Kim Blackman ... Kendle Darr
Adam R. Deremer Adam R. Deremer ... Gio
Greg Ratz Greg Ratz ... Conner
Ben Sander Ben Sander ... Emily Monroe
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When lesbian detective Abigail Marks teams up with gay guy Michael Dalmar to solve the disappearance of his twin, Kyle Dalmar, a famed portrait photographer, their investigation leads them into the Kyle's risqué world. With Michael posing as Kyle, the pair uncover assistants who have designs on their bosses, clients who have an interest in detectives, and killers who want them stopped. Navigating between identity and duplicity, Abigail and Michael discover that photos never lie, and two minutes can mean the difference between life and death. Written by Gary Kramer

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Identity, Sexuality, Even Life - Everything Can Change in 2 Minutes See more »


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Unrated

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Country:

USA

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English

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2007 (USA) See more »

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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2ML Productions See more »
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1.85 : 1
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Fun film
27 October 2007 | by cincyguy90See all my reviews

I disagree with the negative posts. I saw a screening at LA's Outfest. I think the film is a very funny take on film noir. A lipstick lesbian character plays a hard drinking, cynical, love her/leave her, private detective. She takes on a murder case and connects with the gay brother of the victim. He's not exactly helpless, but she generally takes control in dicey situations. So, a role reversal of, for example, the Humphrey Bogart/Mary Astor parts in "Maltese Falcon." Still, it doesn't resort to stereotype humor. It has the look of a low budget film as evidenced in the lighting, sound, editing, etc. But, the script is clever and the acting is generally very good. It is what independent films used to be - short on production values but counterbalanced by originality in concept. I predict we'll hear more from Robert Gaston, the writer/director. He's crafted a refreshing film on what was probably a shoestring budget.


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