If you like independant films, this is a good one filled with drama.
Anger, desire and jealousy fuel a bitter family reunion in this independent drama. Martin (Wayne Lamont Sims) is an artist stuck deep in a creative rut who lives in a small but comfortable home in upstate New York with Jeannette (Pamela Holden Stewart), a French immigrant who has a sizable nest egg. Martin and Jeannette have an alternately warm and deeply dysfunctional relationship, and it might seem like a marriage to some if it were not for the fact Martin is gay. One day, Jeannette gets unexpected visit from her daughter Sierra (Margaret Burkwit), who has not been on friendly terms with her mother for some time. Sierra and her husband Andrew (Darien Sills-Evans) have come ostensively to mend fences with Jeannette, though it soon becomes clear that the matter of Jeannette's estate is also a concern.
I LOVE this movie and gave it top ratings for several reasons: the actors gave compelling performances, the characters were complex and outside the bounds of normal cliches (black gay men on the down low, can't love each other yada yada), and the story itself is unique. Basically its an indy, cinematic treat for those tired of the same ol' same ol' from gay film makers. It made me laugh, made me think, and made me cry; all I could ever want from a film.