Just back from combat, a young Marine veteran faces a new battle to find purpose in the mundane existence of civilian life while struggling through a shattered economy while burdened by the physical and emotional scars of war.
Everything is on autopilot. A bicycle propels forward with no rider and adolescent boys make internet videos. At home, Mark's family drifts in isolation, escaping the lazy afternoon, when reality circles back.
Dante Milestone, a world-weary baby-boomer, is not happy. His struggles with everyday life, his past, even the question of 'the existence of a higher power', have led him to evaluate his ... See full summary »
Beautiful Gem in the rough background of Utah countryside
This little jewel of a film really covers a lot ground, literally, it's a road movie that takes place in the back country of Utah where two young men are heading to some clandestine rave. Road trips are great and it's even better when it's a buddy film that goes gay. But first I should cover the look and feel and the tolerability of it outside of a queer film festival screening. Twoyoungmen, UT is a beautiful shot and well written story. The dialogue is sparkling despite some moments when you can see that actors are reaching a little too much, but short films are supposed to be about trying something that is hard to do. Kudos to everyone involved with this flick. This movie is worth watching because it has heart..it'll surprise you.
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