An Outrageous Comedy With A Queer Little Twist!
When sexy, upper-crust society wife Alex (Keri Jo Chapman) falls for her old high school best friend, Grace (Teresa Garret) the snobby little town of Azalea Springs is up in arms. Alongside the budding romance, indie filmmaker Kelli Herd brings us a hilarious comic portrait of small-town life and a firm trouncing of homophobic intolerance as the whole town confronts the zany rumor that their water supply is turning everyone gay!
Whether you grew up in a small town or ever had to deal with the intolerance of others during the process of coming out — this film will entertain and touch you. It might even end up on your Top Ten Movies List!
Wildly popular with gay and lesbian audiences across the country, this fast-paced tale spins out sub-plots galore: from the newspaper boy who beds the hot Latino artist, to the death of the openly gay designer Bruce. Great dialogue and smartly executed performances abound, including Larry Randolph‘s turn as Alex’s hunky husband, Barbara Lasater as Alex’s bitchy mother and John Hallum as the flaming Spencer.
Awards & Quotes
“Smoothly executed comedy.” –Variety
“A warm, funny comedy… speaks cleverly for tolerance on behalf of almost everyone.” –Dallas Morning News
“I laughed, I cried. I told my friends without reservations — both gay and lesbian — to see this movie. I never do that.” –Louise Rafkin, PlanetOut.com