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Aspirante musicista, il giovane Gabriel segue un corso per compositori a Broadway. All'amica Katherine, ragazza volitiva ed estroversa, confida di avvertire dentro di sé tensioni omosessuali che per il momento lo rendono molto incerto e confuso. Gabriel divide un appartamento con Rich. Una sera, entrato in un piccolo locale per gay, conosce Mark, fa amicizia con lui, lo invita a casa. Qui dopo un po' arriva anche Rich insieme a Judy. Anche lui vuole rimanere solo e ci riesce dopo aver vinto un sorteggio con l'amico. Gabriel e Mark allora escono, Gabriel pensa di aver trovato un altro appartamento ma anche questa occasione sfuma. Entrano allora in un altro locale. Qui, in un momento di pausa, Gabriel è avvicinato da Coco, che lo mette in guardia circa i comportamenti di Mark. Gabriel scappa, Mark lo raggiunge, tornano a casa per cercare le chiavi di Mark. Judy litiga con Rich e va via, Mark trova le proprie chiavi e si allontana. Gabriel lo insegue, entrano in un altro locale, dove incontrano Katherine e alcuni amici. Dopo molte chiacchiere, gli altri vanno via. Gabriel e Mark rimangono soli. Escono quando ormai sta spuntando l'alba. Si salutano, e Mark, che vive con la mamma, gli lascia il numero di telefono. Passano pochi istanti e Gabriel in una cabina compone il numero dell'amico. Sente la sua voce in segreteria che risponde e riattacca contento.
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any screen. So whatever happened to this beautiful man? Why have we not seen more of him? And is it true this movie was made in 1999? In its light-comedy sort of way it is still fresh and meaningful today. So bravo to director and producers, including for the choice of that theme song at the end, which was sheer genius. Its melody and lyrics tell us that a mere trick of fate can sometimes bring that true love and that hot beautiful guy we all dream of.
The second performer is Katherine, played at times with alarming enthusiasm, by Tori Spelling. She is Gabriel's best friend and an up and coming actress, who is obviously at an age where her efforts to get noticed are beginning to take their toll but she persists, especially when she performs at one of Gabe's recitals for his music class, with resumes and pictures at the ready and then later suddenly appearing at Gabe's apartment to use his printer to update her resume. It's all fun in the best sense, but that is only the beginning.
One night Gabriel goes to a gay bar when he encounters the third performer, a handsome beefed up go-go boy named Mark, played by John Paul Pitoc. They actually offically meet on the subway afterwards and as would happen when two young gay men meet up for the first time, the obvious thought is how to make the most of whatever few moments they might have together. So they go to Gabriel's apartment for a quickie only to discover that Gabe's roommate is using the apartment to be with his girlfriend. The two men toss a coin to see who gets the apartment for the evening and Gabriel and Mark are suddnely sitting on the stoop of the building wondering where they could go to unleash their primal needs.
The final performer is an overtly friendly bubbly personality named Perry who with his graying hair is the oldest of the principals and who befriends Gabriel and offers humorous dialogue on how to write songs, his past boyfriends, and a host of other topics that only an older gay man can offer to a younger version of himself. it is all done with great humor and honesty. And that is what makes the film so special. The characters are just being themselves as they try to grapple with life in the big city that is at times frustrating, rejectful and almost always cruel in every possible way. As the film goes along and the two young men still do not have a place to go, by the end of the film, it doesn't really matter. What matters is the story of the struggle to find friendship and trust in a heartless city. It can be found whenever and wherever and sometimes in the face of the most unlikely people.
author of Mourning Doves After The Fire
I won't re-cap the plot, as it's been done a hundred times already. I will say that if you're looking for a movie that is light-hearted yet serious, cute without being cliche, and with a great cast of lead and supporting characters, you can't go wrong. Tori Spelling is great - something that is also echoed by other friends who have purchased the movie.
So far, every one of my friends who has seen the movie has also purchased it (and the soundtrack)! Definitely one for the permanent collection.