Farce about the casting of a gay actor in a gay role on a television series which had previously been played by a straight man. When the original star of a fictional gay-themed action series called "Espionage" unexpectedly dies, network executives go looking for a new actor. They cast Kerry Mitchell (Scott Victor Nelson), unknown, but also openly gay. They spin the idea of an openly gay actor playing a gay role is something new and refreshing. As Kerry gets prepared for the media onslaught, he is also hiding something which could ruin everything! Also starring Matthew Jett Schaefer and Gabrielle Docktor in this independent "mocumentary" style film co-written and co-directed by Mike Heim and Christopher Long.
Writer:Dane Hanson (additional dialogue), Mike Heim (story), Mike Heim, Christopher Long (concept), Christopher Long (story), Christopher Long, Scott Victor
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T Patrick S (ag) wrote: Don't watch this. Just don't. It comes from the lesser side of campy.
Mike M (fr) wrote: One of my favorite films of the y ear so far. Absolutely delifghtful!!!!!!!!!!!
Elgan D (br) wrote: Thought provoking and challenging film from Argentina. A fairly unique story that plays on the viewers emotions and poses a few uncomfortable questions.
Justin B (ca) wrote: Twisted euro-trash with a good soundtrack.
Vincent H (nl) wrote: A pretty all right movie with great acting by the impeccable Cagney of course. All in all a worthwhile gangster flick if only because it has Cagney on the other side of the law while portraying the humble beginnings of the FBI.
Jonathon B (ag) wrote: A step forward for faith based films. Too much narration at times and the dialogue could use some occasional tune-ups, but the acting is solid and I liked the visual style that Taylor has.
Florian P (es) wrote: just great and so true
Yuri B (ca) wrote: This actually was pretty good... still on the fence about Teller (his acting presence irks me sometimes)... but it was a cute little film... definitely a date movie.