While this film is not destined to become a classic of cinema, it has good performances of a decent script that
will not offend anyone’s sensibilities. (Okay, I am certain that the hate-filled, religious right would be
offended, but they don’t count outside of the arena of politics.)
The slowly developing story finds two gay men who are drawn together through the death of a mutual friend.
We watch as the men slowly begin to discover chaste and then romantic interests in each other.
It’s a nice, little romantic piece that doesn’t wrap it all up at the end, leaving just a little room for viewer
interpretation and speculation. This is not a film that will raise any big questions for further thought, but
it is a movie that is life affirming for all LGBT people.