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Jeffrey, a young gay man in New York, decides that sex is too much and decides to become celibate. He immediately meets the man of his dreams and must decide whether or not love is worth the danger of a boyfriend dying.Written by
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This movie is based on a play of the same name that was produced off-Broadway in 1993 at the WPA Theater. Director Christopher Ashley had also directed the play. The play's cast was: John Michael Higgins (Jeffrey), Edward Hibbert (Sterling), Bryan Batt (Darius), Tom Hewitt (Steve), Harriet Harris, Patrick Kerr, Richard Poe, and Darryl Theirse. See more »
Hey Michael, I'm not sure what these folks are talking about, but I've seen Jeffrey tons of times, and I enjoy it more each time.
The characters are well defined, and the issues that are dealt with are not only serious, but very, very real. One thing I must say, is that there were several points during the film that I was tempted to laugh, but the serious undercurrent made me unsure if I was supposed to be laughing.
By the way Michael, nice white shorts in the gym scene.) I think the characters were fun (especially Patrick Stewart..."...not without socks Mesha..."), but Steve, with all his crazed and overpowering emotions held my attention the whole time.
love ya Michael.
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