The film never really takes itself too seriously - so even the parts which traditionally would make you squirm at the 'cheese factor' are easily digestible !
It's nice to see a 'gay movie' that does not focus on the lead actors being extremely good looking (at the expense of their acting ability !). Instead, the story is quite naturalistic - yet comical. It is interesting that the actor who plays Adam actually wrote it too - and though he is the 'star' of the movie, one is grateful at the way he does not overplay for laughs, steals the best lines or grabs all the sympathy and empathy from the viewer.
A lovely film. A lovely story with it's heart in the right place. A lovely cast. And with the few belly laughs added to the mix - makes this a must for any gay man's DVD collection. (And for once, a film suitable to maybe watch in front of Mum or Dad, or at least not have tucked in a box on the top of the wardrobe somewhere !?)