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Back Soon (2007)

Reuniting the actors from his hit film Long Term Relationship, director Rob Williams BACK SOON is a tender, sexy drama that explores the depths of love, loss, identity and hope. Still ... See full summary »

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Reuniting the actors from his hit film Long Term Relationship, director Rob Williams BACK SOON is a tender, sexy drama that explores the depths of love, loss, identity and hope. Still grieving his wife's death, aspiring actor Logan (Windham Beacham) is inexplicably drawn to reformed drug dealer Guillermo (Matthew Montgomery, Gone, But Not Forgotten). While neither are gay, the pair are baffled when their friendship blossoms into more. But as their relationship deepens Guillermo's mysterious past erupts and a startling revelation about the true nature of their connection threatens to destroy it and change their lives forever.

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Back Soon
15 December 2013 | by (NY, USA) – See all my reviews

This was so awful, I would have rated it 0.5 out of 10 if that scale existed. It was painful going beyond 30 minutes...It started off slow, and never picked up and the extremely poor acting really didn't help! It really isn't worth your Sunday afternoon.

At times there were awkward moments and poor direction.The storyline was so paranormally unrealistic. I wanted to believe, but I couldn't. Weak all the way around. I wanted to believe in the characters, but I did not feel a genuine love anywhere in this movie. Even though I understood the plot, nothing made sense to me. The ending was much like the rest of the film, sketchy and poorly written.

I am just sorry I wasted 45 minutes of my life watching this crap...worse is the realization that it actually won awards (or so they say)


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