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India isn't fully trusting and wants to go after the director who didn't pay him. India and Destiny work something out.
India latches onto another homeless guy, Spencer (Lance Davis), who has an interest in blowing up his parents.
India has become a convert to non-violence and the reclamation of the lost. So when India notices a name and address on the redneck's (Guy's, played by Adam Larson) commandeered coat, he decides to return the coat and possibly find a latent gay person, under the theory that bashers have sexual orientation issues. After some turmoil, the film moves to its conclusion.
The skin and sex shots are generous and well photographed. All the younger male characters show something, and India shows all.
The strengths of the movie are the performances of Joe Lia and Allan Jones, the cinematography and the editing. The title sequences (including the portion of the 2004 platform of the Texas Republican Party dealing with homosexuality) are done well too. Lia is convincing as a relatively naive character who makes the effort to do well in a hostile world.Read more ›
The acting was fair. Joe Lia, the central character, was the only one who seemed spot on the entire time. He seemed enduring and he really got into his part... and I mean "really" got into it. Lance Lee Davis was decent but he kind of flopped a bit when he went on his revenge rantings. The two men playing the would-be-bashers were ok actors but the script gave them nothing credible to work with. Minerva Vier (Lester) was good as the lesbian, but her character was the least developed. It would have been interesting to see her happy ever after... but it never came.
The plot and script were weak but still entertaining enough to keep my attention. Sure, some of the lines were pretty left-field but the story was pretty potent as it delt with love in an unaccepting world. Still... when things got hairy... it got that way pretty fast. The violent angles of the film were forced... but considering the film had such a "minimal" budget, it is understandable.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this movie is very low budget right away the begining isnt that bad then it starts to fall apart gay men hating gays on a sreet they try to beat up gays then at the end they... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Chris Hunt
Everett Lewis' movie, "FAQS" (T.L.A. Releasing TLAD-155), is a story of a tough male drag queen with maternal instincts who gathers young men around her/him who require some... Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by Gerald Parker
Didnt like this movie at all. Very boring, acting is alright, not much of a story to it. Wouldnt pay alot money for this dvd.Published on October 10, 2012 by nat1973
a great little film. sometimes a film can be to realistic to be
comfortable. it shows life can get better after a lot of hard things
happen. Read more
"If you want to blow your parents up I'll help you"
The dialog in this movie is just hilarious!!! They must have been cracking up when they wrote the script to this movie. Read more
I wanted to like this movie, but I couldn't get past the awkward and unnatural dialogue. The script was horrible. Read morePublished on March 26, 2006 by Allison Powers
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