“How much are you worth?” is the question posed in 200 American, a story of two very different men trying to find themselves.
Ian (Sean Matic), a young Australian, comes to New York City to start a new life. He needs money to stay and begins hustling for some quick bucks. He charges 200 American dollars cash for his services. He soon meets Conrad (Matt Walton), owner of an ad agency, who has decided to “rent” a partner as he hasn’t recovered from his last relationship. Puzzled why a nice guy like Ian is hustling, Conrad offers him a job at the agency, but complications arise….when Ian falls for his new supervisor Michael (Anthony Ames), leading Conrad to launch a campaign to win his ex back.
Awards & Quotes
“The performances are all spot on, especially that of Sean Matic as Ian…that’s good acting!” -NOW PLAYING MAGAZINE -Tony Whitt
“A sweet and delightful film.” – filethirteen.com
“Quirky, sexy and moving.” -Austin Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
“Performances are strong, especially from the good looking central trio.”-Rich Cline, Shadows on the Wall
“Amusing and highly moving.” -Gay.com
A Queer Film Festival Fave with showings at: North Carolina Gay & Lesbian Film Festival; Austin Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (World Premiere); Indianapolis Gay & Lesbian Film Festival; Out On Film-Atlanta; Verzaubert Film Festival-Germany (Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt and Munich); Mardi Gras Film Festival-Sydney, Australia; London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival; Philedelphia Gay and Lesbian Film Festival; Fire Island Film Festival; Reel Pride-Canada. And many more!
- Special Features: Interview with Director & Actors Trailer Closed Captioning Director's Commentary Video Format: Widescreen, Color Audio Format: Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround Language Options: English Closed Caption: YES Region Code: 1