The 16th Seattle GLBT Film Festival: Going Down in La-La Land - Page 2
A solo performance before Nick’s camera leads to a regular porn feature in the hopes of getting closer and being only with Nick. Adam does it because he’s in love with Nick and love makes you do insane things and he’d do anything to please his man. After playing Adam like a cheap accordion Nick exits stage left.
Enter stage right, John (Michael Medico in a heart warming performance that melts hearts with the breath of a phenomenal performance.) He’s a very well know actor who’s the Father of television and whose career would ruined if the media and world found out that he was gay. Adam enters center stage as the hot honey from “rent a screw.” The two fall in love! Adam becomes John personal assistant for a personal love affair. This comes to an abrupt end when Adam’s past in porn makes the tabloids. John is heart-broken and shattered after ending it.
Casper brings the comedy and drama mask together and together the two masks are a huge divertissement! Casper succeeds in his venture to tell his story from another angle and another view.. a gay view, a gay view of things in a gay way. Casper’s writing is powerful and grabs you and is very moving, very touching, very excellent, and most of all very rewarding. This is an original Hollywood movie. It’s different and unique. It’s about men going through the haunts and hells of show business like a man and woman starring in a Hollywood movie for instance, “A Star is born.” This is a comedy where a “A Star is Bombed!” This is gay humor and gay drama at its uppermost. The screenplay is job well done indeed!
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