Coming out, coming of age, going away from home. 'Sweet' is the adjective I'd use for this friendly and very funny Irish flick. Both the young actors have gone on to other roles.
Michael Legge and Allen Leech are the both excellent young actors in this cheeky but delightful Irish film. The story never lags and, accompanied with witty and pacey dialogue, the lead characters make this a most enjoyable experience.
A good mix of fun and emotion, great characters and enjoyable story
Excellent Irish movie... the friendship between the two young men is interesting
If you love gay cinema you will love this. It s the story of a strait boy who finds out life in now what he wanted and sets out to change it. Its so worth the watch :)
One of the best movies I've ever seen.
Quite cute, unique indie film. It shouldn't really be classed as a 'gay' movie though - the main is character is straight and (unlike most films of this genre) doesn't engage in any 'experimentation'. Sexuality isn't really the issue in this movie; it's far more focused on the experiences of a guy trying to find his place in the world.
Includes the theatrical trailer and a commentary with the director and two main actors.
It's not the greatest movie of all time, but still enjoyable.
Funny, yet with dark spots that illustrates just how quickly a young person can be sucked in and swallowed by the temptations of society. Well done!
Well all need to find out what we want and comes to us from a surprising place. It's good to see a straight-gay friendship that does not descend into the obvious.
I loved this movie.
I'd seen it advertised ages ago on some web site and was intrigued but not really hooked, so I put it on my list as an 'I should see this'.
Well, this was a great movie, I loved it. I had no idea where it was going or what was about to happen, you have to see it.
great movie about friendship and finding a place in life
i really enjoyed the movie
it was funny as well as serious but highlights the fact that it doesnt matter what your gender is you can get on with life living together and helping each other out
A story about two young men finding their indentity in the world and life's traumas they encounter along the way. Not to be missed provided you have an open mind that will allow accepting and understanding the various sub-cultures of our society. Absorbing viewing.
A pleasant harmless coming of age type tale, with the gay and straight aspects thrown in for good measure. Being set in smaller Irish city of Limerick makes for a different stage. Reminds you of the feelgood themes in Beautiful Thing or Get Real.