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Commentary with Director and Director of Photography
From Everett Lewis, the acclaimed writer-director of the art-house hits Luster and The Natural History of Parking Lots, comes an arousing and dark-edged story of a passionate affair set amidst the backroom bars, dark alleys and sordid hotel rooms of modern-day Los Angeles--a city where even if you re lucky enough to have it all, it doesn t mean you know exactly what you want.
Rusty (Patrick Tatten, The Soloist) is a successful architect with to-die-for pecs, bulging biceps and a killer smile. When his stodgy boyfriend leaves town, Rusty has a chance encounter with a handsome though seedy drifter, Denny (Dale Dymkoski, TV s "Law and Order: SVU"). Blinded by Denny s good looks, vulnerability and hustler charm, Rusty begins an intense, steamy relationship ruled by long-dormant passions. However, as Denny s control over Rusty strengthens, it soon becomes clear that Rusty--now on a seductive ride of sex and drugs--must decide what it is he truly wants.
Lucky Bastard is an edgy, sensual and salacious exploration of youthful indiscretion, sexual indulgence and the high stakes of attraction--a story that rings true to anyone who s ever fallen for the wrong guy for all the right reasons.
This movie was not to my taste. The story line was trivial; the acting poor, and I am sorry that I rented it.Published 14 months ago by AESR
The plot was not clear. It was headed nowhere from the very beginning and never arrived anywhere at the end. The dialogue was stilted and unclear most of the time. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dwight D Thompson
The acting is good, and considering this is an indie production the overall quality is not bad at all. The story has some odd moments, but overall is intriquingPublished 17 months ago by PC
could not make it through the film. The acting was bad, the camera work not much better, the script sophomoric.Published 18 months ago by jonathan t foster
A film about choosing a lover from the "wrong side of town". Great guy is pursued by a druggie. Frustrating relationship develops. Drugs and money are involved. Read morePublished 21 months ago by wtcdean
It was very revealing and raw. Good movie. It makes really evaluate you choices and what you are willing to put up with.Published 22 months ago by Leonard Williams