An estimated 2 million families in the U.S. have at least one spouse who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered. As the gay spouse comes out of the closet, the straight spouse finds themselves inside the closet. Single Tracks gives a voice to the all too often silent spouse, and gives gay spouses a reference for how living one's truth, even painful truths, can bring closure.
After 7 years of marriage, best friends An and Elena hit a major pothole when Elena reveals that she is gay. This unexpected realization knocks them both off their feet and spirals them into examinations of themselves, their relationship, and love in general. They explore other relationships while trying to determine where they now fit into each other's lives. Through conversations with each other and friends, bizarre first dates, and surprising new love interests, An and Elena find their off-center new relationship can somehow endure. Shot with the backdrop of Utah's many landscapes, An and Elena's journey turns tragic comedy into a hopeful love story.
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Top Customer Reviews
While the female character discovers she's gay 7 years into her marriage, I found the lessons learned by this couple applicable to my own marriage which ended in divorce. Just because you grow apart doesn't mean you stop loving one another.
The film is small, personal and has very important message: tolerance, not only of others, but I think, also tolerance of yourself. Sometimes we have to accept that bad things happens and it's really, nobody's fault.