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Description

“An affecting drama full of heart and humor, reminiscent of instant classics like Weekend.” — Edge Boston

From the team that created Were The World Mine, this wonderfully innovative, poignant and exceptionally sexy drama has an infectious energy and a completely unique aesthetic as it tells a classic story of lust becoming love — and then some. Super cute Tanner Cohen (Were The World Mine) returns to the big screen as a college boy named Doc who drunkenly cruises a gay go-go boy named Go (super hot Matthew Camp) with the pretense of making a documentary about him.

Awards & Quotes

WINNER – EMERGING FILM AWARD
Best Men’s Feature
North Carolina Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

WINNER – SPECIAL JURY AWARD
Corey Krueckeberg, Director
Inside Out – Toronto LGBT Film Festival

WINNER – SOMEONE TO WATCH AWARD
Cleveland Int’l Film Festival

WINNER – BEST LGBT FILM
Rhode Island International Film Festival

“A sweet, sexy movie about two very different young men in New York falling in love and finding themselves through their connection to one another.” — Edge Boston

“A little gem of LGBT cinema that brings two engaging and likeable characters to the fore.” — So So Gay 

“Possibly one of the best films ever to be featured in the queer film festival circuit… And its mind-blowing sex scene is worth watching the film if only for that.” — PopInGay

“An extremely thoughtful piece of cinema.” — Candid Magazine

“Not to be missed.” — Queerty.com

“One of the most bewitching and potent films of the year.” – New York Cool

“A  charming exploration of film, artifice, bonding, friendship, and desire . . . Tanner Cohen and Matthew Camp have an easy chemistry and winning presence on screen.” – Film School Rejects

“An appealing look at what happens when intimacy replaces curiosity, and when reality replaces fiction.” – Huffington Post

“A really good film, which works well purely as a romantic drama, but also goes deeper to become a dissection of modern gay life.” — Big Gay Picture Show

Product Features

DVD

  • Filmmaker Q&A
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • 5.1 Surround Sound
  • Closed Captioning