Tom (Scott Speedman) picks up Dan (James Marsden) in a gay bar, pins him down to take a blood sample and holds him hostage until Dan's HIV test arrives to announce whether he is the guy that infected bisexual, married Tom five years ago in Tom's only ever gay tryst. If Dan proves to be positive himself, Tom is going to cut his throat - but literally.
In long stretches the low budget of this film is quite annoying, as we witness playwright-director Tony Piccirillo go out of his way to disguise the fact that there was no money to work with. Some of the visuals, such as the repetitive and meaningless flashbacks and the jarring way of editing at times, are really annoying, but just as you are about to give up on it, you find yourself increasingly absorbed by the drama, not least because pretty boys Marsden & Speedman are up to the challenge. Surprise. The two teen idols are having a feast with the first really meaty parts of their respective careers, and they succeed in maintaining sympathy for their characters (no mean feat, as they are quite multi-faceted).
Not a great film, far from it, but it has energy and fine acting.