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Director Rob Williams (Back Soon) serves up a shaken and stirred cocktail of sexual intrigue, humor and drama in his latest about an unlikely group of friends and lovers. Long-term couple Simon and Jason, along with Cooper and his boytoy du jour, meets annually for a three-day getaway. Looking to spice up the tradition, they add a twist - each invites one attractive, single friend to their mountain retreat. Soon a frisky former college roommate, an often naked yoga instructor, Simon's bashful co-worker and a high-priced rent boy arrive to stir things up. From bed-hopping to breakups this is 72 hours they'll never forget.
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The acting is superficial and the relationships unbelievable.
Seriously, don't bother. Cinema this sloppy makes me mad.
In the first 10 minutes of the film, one of the gathered men at this 3 Day weekend getaway says the grouping reminds him of a film, and another character mentions 'Love! Valour! Compassion!' They go on to rip apart gay cinema of the past, and bitch about the aforementioned film and it's representation of Gay Men.
I think, Writer/ Director Rob Williams created this film to be the antithesis of films like 'Love! Valour! Comapssion!' but it fails on every count. The relationships are stilted and unbelievable, the acting complete tosh (with the exception of 'Mac', the only highlight and comic relief in the film) and the storylines are long and laboured.
I would avoid this film unless you have seen every other film in the store and instead re-rent or buy 'Love! Valour! Compassion!'
TLA releasing to date has been associated with a good number of well made and enjoyable films. However this film will now make a large number of people question whether the name can be associated with quality moving forward. If they have any quality control this film should never have passed on all levels.
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No no no no no...absolute garbage and I refuse to waste any more energy writing about it. I want my time and my money back!Published 11 months ago by DJ Control
was okay film, good story line, I need to watch this film again as was disturbed many times when i watched it 1st time round.Published on 22 Dec. 2013 by gary southall