Gone, But Not Forgotten
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In this 'riveting mystery-romance', two mens lives intersect and become one through a meeting of pure chance. Drew, a small town forest ranger rescues Mark, an injured hiker suffering from amnesia. As he recovers, he and Drew form a close friendship that slowly grows into something much more. Unfortunately, their time together is cut short when the hiker's old life comes back to reclaim him. A sexy and intriguing love story, Gone But Not Forgotten is a film not to miss.
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Do not rate the merits and "final product" of this film against bigger budgeted gay-themed films currently available, many of which disappoint with their "been there; done that" plots and stereotypes such as "The Trip" and "Friends & Family." You will be comparing "apples to oranges" and miss the message of this simple film. "Gone..." successfully shows the honest portryal of two gay men in their growing feelings as a couple in a honest but tasteful manner. In most main-stream "Hollywood" gay-theme films, the writers and directors seem more afraid not to offend and dilute the actors' characters and actions so you walk away from the film thinking you saw two "straight buddies," not two gay men in genuine affection for each other. Mr. Akers has taken a much needed "next step" in breaking that pattern with this film.
I definitely recommend this one for your DVD collection over many other run-of-the-mill gay-themed movies available. It is also fun, entertaining, and informative to watch playing the commentary track with Michael Akers and Matthew Montgomery.
So some congrats to the writer and main actors for at least being able to get that across regardless of the faults but a big thumbs down for the entirely unnecessary and pretentious setup for the brief attack on Christianity from both gay main and Christian wife in the film that went beyond the character. Don't get me wrong a character can have any beliefs but the "story" should not be religiously intolerant. On the other hand a thank you for partially making up for that by suggesting the main gay character goes towards Christianity / God and his family though that could have been demonstrated stronger by the family inviting to church with them rather than just invited to dinner IF that was what was intended.
If you can bear such faults then may be worth a watch, I recommend rent first. Definitely not something mainstream can watch, unlike Latter Days which I recommend strongly instead.
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