Just Say Love (2010)
David J. Mauriello's affecting stage play detailing the attraction between two men is captured for the screen by director Bill Humphreys. Guy and Doug were just two men sitting on a park bench. At first, their attraction to one another is purely physical, but in time something much deeper begins to emerge. The more we learn about their inner thoughts and desires, the more apparent it becomes that Guy and Doug may have finally found the love and affection that's eluded them both for so long.
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Critic Reviews for Just Say Love
The glimmers of originality soon vanish, however, and we're left with a tired gay fantasy that seems as if it came out of a freshman creative-writing class.
The film's real strength, though, is the palpable chemistry between Jaeger and Mammana, which smoothly and convincingly oscillates from lust to frustration to a love that throws both men off their game.
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