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Trying to plumb beneath the usual emotional shallows of twentysomething L.A. gay life, Holding Trevor sometimes succeeds, but mostly comes off as a vanity project for writer-star Brent Gorski.
Holding Trevor, a portrait of 20-something gay men and their straight friends, is a joyless exploration of middle-class deadbeats.
Such an anomie-filled nothing of a movie that it wouldn't even be a pleasure to savage it.
This stuff is too easy to find on daytime TV.
In Holding Trevor, there's a depressed form of anger bubbling beneath the surface.
Brings back bad memories of Nearing Grace while tainting fond ones of Catcher in the Rye.
Everyone is having menstruation in this film. A pretentious film about a man who can't choose between staying with his drug addict lover or move on with a handsome doctor. At the same time, his slutty friend and their faghag are telling consoling him to make his decision.
Yeh Jay Brannan can sing beautifully but the acting was dreadful (almost entirely non-existent) The storyline was really silly, there was no drama, just bitching.
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