From the start there is the feeling with this film that it is made by a whole group of people who really care about it. 'Big Eden' is a kind of humane never-never land, where people really seem to care about one another and where the question of whether you're gay or straight is irrelevant. There are charming surprising scenes, where people you would least expect it from display amazing sensitivity. Ayre Gross plays the principal protaganist Henry Hunt - his acting is delicate, detailed, credible - but the characters and the acting are generally a joy. All against a backdrop of the stunningly beautiful Montana landscape. Don't tell me that the makers of Brokeback Mountain had not seen this film before they made theirs! Anyone who had their eyes opened by that bigger budget, more highly publicised film, will certainly love this one.