Two men encounter each other on a dangerous gay cruising park trail, and quickly find themselves caught up in a deadly game of cat and mouse.
In this playfully provocative story set amidst the often-turbulent backdrop of gentrification, things get hot when an openly gay white couple moves into an East L.A. neighborhood where the locals have more than skeletons in their closets. The arrival of the Anglo newcomers rocks the quiet world of Diego Campos (Rene Alvarado), a handsome young local who is tired of being played for a boy toy by his closeted real estate agent lover Pablo (David Beron). Will Diego stay at home and fulfill his Mexican grandmother’s desire for him to inherit the family restaurant – or will he follow his heart and become a chef in the big city? Award winning producer Carlos Portugal makes his directorial debut with a winning combination of quirky characters, rich storylines and suggestive situations that will appeal to fans of Latino telenovelas and popular series such as “Sex and the City,” “Ugly Betty” and “Queer As Folk.”
Phil and his misfit friends score big when they are invited to the party of the century at Bob’s house. Known for throwing the craziest drug, sex and booze filled parties, this was sure to be a night to remember. The only problem is that they can’t remember a thing. When Phil wakes up realizing that his girlfriend is only hours from knocking on his door, he decides to enlist the help of his friends to try to piece together what was obviously a night worth remembering.