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I seldom see movies which I would recommend, or that I would want to watch again. There are not a lot of good gay related movies, but this one stands above many as being positive in outlook, and above average in quality.Pretty people, good writing,good-unique plot,subplots, and acting.Yes...give me more! It is interesting to note that one of the actors is the director also. I feel the plot was particularly believable and well developed, and I did not really expect the ending. The film seemed to keep me interested and had little if any boring moments. It begs the question of whether straight people who have lots of LGBT friends, happen to consciously or not,establish specific potential mate requirements based on their experiences and relationships with those friends.
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