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A deft exploration of what might happen if someone's life took different paths. Ryan (R.T. Lee) is an aspiring screenwriter who's been seeing Joel (Greyson Dayne) for almost three years--and then he meets Leo (Jonathon Roessler) at a party and thinks he may have found his soulmate, a lover who will understand him fully.Driftthen follows what would happen if Ryan and Leo fell madly in love, if they just had a fling, and if Leo didn't share Ryan's feelings at all. What makes the movie work is how well realized the characters are; as the different scenarios mark out each turn of fate, their behavior changes but is completely compelling as the actions of the same person. The movie is tightly edited, so that just when it threatens to wallow in relationship drama, it moves forward. Plus, the steamy sex scenes have more heft because of the reality of the emotions portrayed.--Bret Fetzer
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CastReggie Lee, Desi del Valle, Andy Steinlen, Jonathon Roessler, Sebastien Guy
DirectorQuentin Lee
Genre:  Drama
Release Date:  2000
Screen WriterQuentin Lee
DVD Release Date:  May 21, 2002
Runtime:  86 minutes
Studio:  Fox Lorber
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review by . October 17, 2003
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: .......     Cons: ........     The Bottom Line: _____________           And we were doing so well, a sweet story about relationships and the happiness and heartache that surrounds them. Then one day you meet a person and feel that spark, something that you can’t shake and it works against you until you decide the relationship you are in just maybe isn’t everything you thought it was going to be, that maybe …
review by . October 15, 2002
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I almost didn't write a review of this movie because it appears anyone who doesn't give it '5' stars or criticizes it receives a number of negative reviews.. This movie was OK. It has a "Sliding Doors" premise - how will my life be different if I do or don't make the choice to end my relationship? The premise is interesting, and given a small budget, the film is passable.The acting, aside from brief and rare moments of talent, is as wooden as I've ever seen. I'd have given my eye teeth for a decent …
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