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Latter Days
- Steve Sandvoss

Overview - Christian (Wes Ramsey), is a young, promiscuous gay man in Los Angeles. Always up for a party and not willing to settle down with one person, he doesn't think too much about anything. When Aaron (Steve Sandvoss), a young Mormon man, moves into his apartment complex, Christian bets his friend fifty dollars that he can seduce him.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Christian (Wes Ramsey), is a young, promiscuous gay man in Los Angeles. Always up for a party and not willing to settle down with one person, he doesn't think too much about anything. When Aaron (Steve Sandvoss), a young Mormon man, moves into his apartment complex, Christian bets his friend fifty dollars that he can seduce him. Christian appears to be on the way to winning the bet, but Aaron is reluctant act on his attraction, as homosexuality is forbidden in the Mormon Church. And when his Mormon roommates find out what he is up to, Aaron is sent back to Idaho to face his parents about his transgression. Jacqueline Bisset and Mary Kay Place costar in this touching drama that was a hit at several international film fests.

Cast List

C. Jay Cox - Screenwriter, SWEET HOME ALABAMA (2002)
Mary Kay Place - American actress, MARY HARTMAN, MARY HARTMAN
Wes Ramsey - American Actor, LATTER DAYS (2004)
Joseph Gordon-Levitt - American Actor
Steve Sandvoss - American Actor, LATTER DAYS (2004)
Erik Palladino - Actor, ROAD KILL (1999)
Jacqueline Bisset - Anglo-French Actress
Jackie Bisset - Anglo-French Actress

 
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    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 107
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 807839000962
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: September 2004

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Gay/Lesbian
Theatrical Release
Christianity
Homosexuality
Los Angeles, California
Sex
Christians

 
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Notes:
Theatrical Release: JANUARY 30, 2004 (NY/LA)

Reviews:
"[The film] works in the end because of its commitment to its characters and a handful of fine performances." - 01/30/2004 New York Times, p.E8


"Not only is Cox an exceptional screenwriter but also an astute director..." - 01/30/2004 Los Angeles Times, p.E4

 
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