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 ...
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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
Wonderful film; funny, good premise; want to see more
I really enjoyed this movie--it has a clever premise, lots of humor, good photography--I would--and have--recommend it for others to see--and I'm straight. This film works regardless of sexual orientation.The twist on having a hard boiled, tough, love 'em and leave 'em female detective was great. And I especially liked Monique, the would be rock sensation, played by Jennifer Layne Park. I hope we see more of her and her character in future films. And I certainly hope we see more of this detective pairing along with Monique in future films. This film suggests future projects for these three characters. Bravo, Gaston, for a film well done. Now please work quickly on the sequel (maybe involving Monique?)--we want more of this comedy trio.
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