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Curtis Edward Jackson
A young man involved in a love affair that will change his life forever, whilst his lover wrestles his demons on a journey that will force him to come to terms with his sexuality, leaving lives destroyed in the wake. Love, lust, sexuality and betrayal all play arts in this coming of age story.
Wooden acting, terrible scouse accent, it looked like a film by a bunch of high school students who wrote the script that morning. I lasted four minutes and had to turn it off.
Such a shame, when the description sounds like an interesting dynamic between central character and his sister's husband. And when there's clearly some good people involved, judging by the credits. But ruined by terrible acting, cringe-worthy accents, low production values and general awfulness.
Definitely a film to avoid.
Don't waste your money on it.
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