John Lavin (the hottie, above) as though he hadn't (this is a compliment, by the way), the film-it-as-you-go movie takes off from frame one, when we meet the twins, Gary and Larry Lane, below, formerly of small-town North Carolina whose immediate family knows they are gay, though the townspeople do not. "They know we're out in Hollywood," one twin explains," but they don't know we're out in Hollywood." The pair is delightful, though telling who is who proves difficult. Check out "the cheek gash," one notes, and then explains how said scar came into being.
Beth Grant (below)
Leslie Jordan (below)
Dustin Lance Black (center right, below).
Fear Factor -- and won -- and then appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres show. Who knew? They stop and pray with a nice couple they meet at a rest stop (below). And they visit an old friend of someone or other (maybe the boyfriend), a hairdresser who was married and has a son and has now come out in his own town. (The story of how he explained his situation to his little boy, and what the boy's reaction is, provides one of the movie's highlights.)
Breaking Glass Pictures -- after a very brief theatrical stint, is now available on DVD. Pounce and, if this is your cup of tea, enjoy.