a MUST GO for anyone interested in gay relationships by littlejimmy4
the story of two new york gay men in the late 90's is fiercely accurate, poignant and ultimately a story larger than the sexuality of its characters. this film begins with beautiful imagery, a remarkable soundtrack and then, the story...the story is incredibly delicate in its handling of very serious matters, including hiv scares, pre-online dating, drug use and abuse, along with the normal relationship gymnastics everyone must address. the film is beautiful, with its use of a grainy golden visual palette. think 'ice storm,' think 'the graduate.' this one is not to be missed and will surely be mentioned as a festival prize winner and possibly even warrant oscar consideration.
Authentic by davideye
Serious, realistic portrayal of a problematic relationship. Happens to be between two men. Well written, directed, and acted.
Keep the Lights On by holly 1 golightly
Let's hope for a "BLACKOUT"!!!!!!!!!!
This has got to be the worst, dated, insulting gay movie ever to come along!!!!
Considering the time span!!! they seem to be in a timewarp!!!!
Visually and physically ,nothing in this movie progressed!!!