The friendship of two aspiring actors is put to the test, as they use their former insecurities to become masters of picking up women. As they gradually become immersed in a world of ... See full summary »
When a feature film is made about them seven years after their break-up, Benjie Nycum visits his ex-boyfriend Michael Glatze and finally tries to get answers about his bewildering shift from gay activist to ex-gay evangelical.
Ryan is a dancer who just can't seem to get laid. When his best friend Dustin tries to intervene, everything gets tipped on it's head and what Ryan was really looking for all along was right in front of him.
A personal journey that travels a shared experience
I had the pleasure of seeing this film at QCinema in Fort Worth, Texas, this fall. It is a story of painful actions and ultimate redemption. The film introduces us to a man in a relationship that reveals itself to be one sided. A Narcissist and a tender heart. A wickedly bad combination that can only end badly. Where these two men go from there is the journey we are taken on in Director Eric Casaccio's boldly honest story based on his own experiences. Eric's willingness to expose his own experiences as part of that story-telling is what gives this film its strength, and its ability to connect with people, whether the experience itself is something you have been through or not.
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