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Conrad is a gay man living in NYC. He's also CEO of an ad agency and by nature a control freak. Although Conrad is still in love with Martin (his ex), he hires a young Aussie hustler named Tyler, first for a night and then to work for his company. Things get increasingly complicated as Conrad tries to rekindle things with Martin. Meanwhile Tyler (who's daytime name is Ian) falls for Michael his new supervisor. Written by
Many of these negative reviews gripe about the poor production quality and the poor editing....well, try having NO budget (i.e., no money allocated, no funding) for a movie and see how high the production quality can get! I thought this film was an admirable piece of work. If one listens to the director's comments, many of the actors had to help carry the equipment around the set too! Basically, you have to compare this to a college level , purely voluntary, no budget film. In which case, this film comes out tops. One reviewer was comparing the movie to "Hitch"...umm, that movie had WILL SMITH in it, of course there was for more cash for the cinematography and music selection...millions more dollars i might add.
The actors did a great job and were all very hot. Definitely something worth checking out. Good story too, which was not cliché or overly angsty.
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