06 April 2008
Breakfast with Scot (2007)
Breakfast with Scot (2007)
Danas je nedelja, a nedeljom se gledaju porodični filmovi. Znate oni filmovi u kojima glavnu ulogu imaju djeca, pa onda roditelji mogu nakon ručka da zajedno sa klincima sjednu u dnevnu sobu pored tv i uživaju.
Ovo je film koji će mnogobrojni gay parovi, koji su usvojili đecu rado gledati! Posebno oni na balkanu!:)
One koji žive u Crnoj Gori samo da napomenem da nakon filma izađu na izbore, a nakon toga porodično prošetaju gradom i porazgovaraju sa drugim sretno oženjenim pederima. Lijep je dan pa neka se i dijeca malo izigraju!
Breakfast with Scot je lako gledljiva drama u kojoj jedan gay par, totalno strejt ponašanja dolazi u situaciju da mora da pričuva klinca od 11 godina. i to ne bilo kakvog klinca, već pravo queer dijete. Voli mjuzikle, nakit, da se šminka itd
E u kakvom su se čudu našli Eric i Sam koji već 4 godine žive sretno u Torontu, pogledajte u društvu vašeg usvojenog dijeteta!
Izvinjavam se onima koji su dijete dobili prirodnim putem, ovo je film i za njih!
Director: Laurie Lynd
Writers: Michael Downing (novel), Sean Reycraft (writer)
Release Date: 16 November 2007 (Canada)
Cameron Ansell ... Finn O'Brien
Benz Antoine ... Greg Graham
Noah Bernett ... Scot
Robin Brűlé ... Ms. Paul
Thomas Cavanagh ... Sam
Colin Cunningham ... Billy
Dylan Everett ... Ryan Burlington
Travis Ferris ... George Jr.
Megan Follows ... Barbara Warren
Mark Forward ... Snickering Businessman
Alexander Franks ... Joey Morita
Jeananne Goossen ... Nula
Graham Greene ... Bud Wilson
Kathryn Haggis ... Andrea Burlington
Adam Korson ... Referee
Shauna MacDonald ... Joan
Benjamin Morehead ... Hank
Billy Parrott ... Security Guard #2
Alex Popovic ... Walter Wodlowski
Fiona Reid ... Mildred Monterossos
Edwina Renout ... Mrs. Morita
Anna Silk ... Mia
Vanessa Thompson ... Carla
Runtime: Canada: 90 min
Eric (Tom Cavanagh) and Sam (Ben Shenkman) have been in a gay relationship for four years. Eric's a former Maple Leaf hockey player turned sports caster, Sam’s a corporate lawyer. They live discreetly on a tree-lined street in Toronto. All this changes when they receive news that Sam's brother Billy (Colin Cunningham)’s ex-girlfriend has died, leaving custody of her son Scot (Noah Bernett) to Billy. But adventure-seeking Billy is somewhere in South America, and that leaves Scot without a guardian. Until Children’s Aid and the insurance company can locate Billy, they ask Sam if he can take temporary custody. Much to Eric’s disapproval (he’s never liked kids), Sam agrees to take Scot in - convincing Eric that it is only for a short period. Enter Scot - a swishy, mincing, 11-year-old sissy-of-a-boy who is Eric’s mirror opposite. Dressed in vibrant colours, his mother’s charm bracelet and with a penchant for musicals and Christmas carols – he’s not quite the ‘boy’ they expected. Their household is thrown into confusion as Eric and Sam try to deal with the realities and expectations of their flamboyant charge and realize that he is much more ‘gay’ than they are. Each deals with his own issues while observing the behavior of a queeny kid being joyously and unashamedly himself. At school Scot begins to make friends and even manages to win the company of the neighborhood bully. But Eric decides Scot needs toughening up and signs him up for local Pee Wee hockey. Eric becomes recruited as the team’s assistant coach and begins to build a relationship with Scot. But after Scot’s disastrous first game, Eric begins to rethink the compromises he’s made in his own life in order to be ‘accepted’.
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