Released: Jan 01st, 2000
Running Time: 90
Company: Culture Q Connection
Distribution Companies: Addison Films
Cast: John Terry, Gretchen Corbett, Shawna Waldron, Phillip Geoffrey Hough
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
What happens when the Perfect Family gets a dose of sexual diversity? It falls apart, of course. John Terry can no longer ignore his lifelong attractions to men. Unfortunately, his wife gets the news by finding her husband and his handsome lover together wearing towels at an upscale hotel. Whoops.
So begins the long road to healing and resolution. Too bad bisexuality and/or polyamory aren't investigated as options to divorce. Maybe someday. It's sometimes delightful to see the picture-perfect yuppie family in torment, but one does find it easy to start caring about each member as the tape continues.
Lovely shots of Portland, Oregon and intelligent treatment of difficult topics make this an excellent selection. This tape should do well at shops that carry non-explicit, high-quality plot-based tapes about "alternative" sexuality.