A touching drama, comedy and quirky take on that very first of mid-life crises: the mid-twenties! Trevor is in a predicament with his boyfriend Darrell, who just won't kick his drug habit. Handsome doctor Ephram is just his type, yet he cannot bring himself to leave Darrell behind. Meanwhile catty friends Andie and Jake offer their opinions on the situation, yet they too are at a crossroads in their lives. Relationships are broken, rekindled, and recreated whilst Trevor and those around him come to terms with drastic changes in their lives.
Brent Gorski, Christopher Wyllie, Melissa Searing, Jay Brannan, Eli Kranski, Dawn Mondie, Joseph Roslan, Mathew Pasillas, Monica Todd, Isaiah Garnica, Yaniv Madmon, Megan Sheperd, Laura Jean Bransky, Daniel Burke, Nathan Jon, Kristy L. McCracken, Voltaire Mercado, Ben Pitt
The film had a decent script in parts but was so dull and slow in it's direction that it actually put me to sleep. The acting is the usual typical bad gay acting and there is no chemistry between the, so called, close knit group of friends, it was hard to believe they were friends at all. Not even the appearance of Jay Brannan could heat things up on screen.