“Performances are strong, especially from the good looking central trio.” — Shadows on the Wall
“How much are you worth?” is the question posed in 200 American, a story of two very different men trying to find themselves in this comedic drama from filmmaker Richard LeMay.
Hunky Sean Matic stars as Ian, a young Australian who comes to New York City to start a new life. Needing money to stay in the country, he begins hustling for some quick cash — charging 200 American dollars for his services.
Ian soon meets Conrad (played by handsome daytime star Matt Walton), the 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 (sexy Anthony Ames), leading Conrad to launch a campaign to win back his ex-boyfriend.
- Interview with Director & Actors
- Director's Commentary
- Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround
- English with Closed Captions for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired (Feature only)
“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!