Two teens on their way to a backwoods party come across a beautiful young woman having car trouble. Their search for help only gets them lost, deep in the woods, where they meet Forest ... See full summary »
Lawrence Jefferies and Hugh Greerey have just met. They both have had girlfriends in the past...they're both straight. Thirteen or so minutes later, however, something's happened and things have changed.
Two married couples are about to give new meaning to the phrase "Love Thy Neighbor." When these best friends become more than just friends, one simple game leads to another. A twisted ... See full summary »
John Enos III
Carlos sweeps and mops the floor of an old-time barbershop. The day before Independence Day, among the customers is Julio. Their eyes meet, and when the barbershop closes Julio comes back ... See full summary »
Struggling with maintaining his same-sex long term relationship a secret and keeping up with his image of being the perfect straight A son, Alex must face his father and tell him the truth about his sexuality.
or touching or impressive. for its convincing simplicity. for the silence who complete the dialogues. for the science of David Ottenhouse to do, in right manner, a film of states. because it is about only about a meet. almost magical. between two cousins, a summer, discoveries and meaning of life. and, sure, about the best picture ever. because behind it is the end of childhood who becomes one with the late summer. a simple and intense, delicate and powerful film. generous and tender and the right tool for reinvent the flavor and images and sounds of an unique age. and nothing more. because all is well known, by each viewer, in profound manner. the film has the the virtue only to remind that.
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