- Director: Jaki Bradley
- Writer: Ramon O. Torres
- Producer: Michael D. Karp; Matthew Silverman; Ramon O. Torres; Nadia Zoe
Star, writer and producer...Ramon O. Torres has absolutely no on-screen charisma whatsoever. If he was going for the one-expression, monotonal, meek and meaningless characterisation...well, he certainly hit the nail on the head with his lily-livered lawyer.
[First-time] Director...Jaki Bradley did absolutely nothing with the script...quite possibly because the producers were breathing down her neck...it is a true saying: Too many producers spoil the production...and, a 'starring' producer will kill it stone dead!
To be fair, apart from a major [and we mean MAJOR] re-write, not much could have been done with this lame duck of a script. It limps from one ridiculous scene into what can only be described as the most ludicrous of scenarios...involving a murderer and a guardian angel!
Instead of ripping this film to shreds, all we will say is...if this is anything like contemporary 'gay life' on Fire Island...make for the mountains, you don't want to be anywhere near sea-level with these toxic queens!
When a young gay lawyer arrives on Fire Island to explore his sexuality, he becomes witness to a murder after being drugged. A stranger helps him to safety, but he soon discovers his savior is friends with the killer.