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Adam & Steve

Rating:R (for sexual content, language, drug use and some crude humor)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:March 31, 2006
Running time:99 minutes
Cast:Craig Chester, Malcolm Gets, Parker Posey, Chris Kattan, Melinda Dillon
Director:Craig Chester
Producer:Kirkland Tibbels
Writer:Craig Chester
Distributor:TLA Releasing

Description: Having met in the '80s after a disastrous one night stand, Adam and Steve don't recognize each other when they meet again 15 years later. With the help of their best friends, formerly obese stand-up comic Rhonda, and straight guy ladies man Michael, our protagonists fall in love only to realize, a year into their relationship, that they met before and unwittingly changed the course of each other's lives that fateful night in the '80s. Now the question is -- can they accept this and incorporate it into their current understanding of each other? Or more importantly, can they hold hands on the street without being beaten up?

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