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I thought every actor and actress in "Gone, But Not Forgotten" pulled it nicely off. Specifically, the two main characters; Aaron Orr as Drew Parker and as Mark Reeves, Matthew Montgomery. No matter what anyone says about this film, good or not so, the performances these two men shared rang true-blue, and who can beat the physical attraction going on? No surprise they shared a room, while the cast and crew shot this touching experience.
Everyone including writers and directors, producers, plus those brave enough to get in front of a camera and act for us, wants to make the best movie possible. And that relies on many things: money, of course and available talent, weather (especially since a lot of this story is told outdoors), timing and a host of other factors that only the ones involved could imagine. To me, they flourished in this tale.
If anyone out there needs material, I'm one obsessed fiction novelist. A homo too, driven to type out a storyline. My passion is and will always be mirroring potential life with us fruitcakes in tow, and man do we do funny and lovely things to one another! "Gone, But Not Forgotten" will remain in my DVD collection. It's a stepping stone for all of us ... you to appreciate, me to agree with you for popping the disc in your player, and everyone associated with the filming. We have to come from somewhere, right? Thanks for the narration.
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