An unexpected inheritance sets a bored Greek executive down a twisted path of self discovery. Allan Dawson has a high-powered job and a pretty fiancée, but inside his soul is screaming out for something more. Upon learning he has inherited property in Santorini, Greece, Allan seizes the opportunity to make a fresh start in life. Shortly after Allan arrives at his picturesque estate, however, he encounters a clone named D'agostino. Together, these unlikely companions experience a bizarre awakening while shattering sexual taboos, and exploring the boundaries of their master/servant relationship. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
This gay-based film is passable. There is male frontal nudity (and more), so keep the young kids away. The acting is quite good as is the Greek location shooting, but there are several serious flaws in "London". The role of the main character, Allen, is that of a fiance or husband (the writer-director couldn't seem to make up his mind). The role of Allen's girlfriend-wife was played by a chubby, repulsive older woman which in the first section of the film lead me to think she must be Allen's mother (poor casting). The film is at times, OK, but the story has weak writing with unexplained gaps and flaws, and then there is the poor editing. Basically, all this makes for a film that is wanting- yet the actors reflect a charm that saves the film. The master-slave aspect of the film is just plain cruel and unnecessary. This film clearly reflects an overall "B" movie feel to it.
I pre-ordered this film prior to its release date of April 23. I could not wait to watch this film. I've heard so much about it in New York but did not have a chance to see it in theatres. However, I'm glad I purchased it. I reviewed it on imdb bcause they don't give you enough space here. In short, I highly recommend this film. If "gay" is the best review Michael I. ( review below) can give this film, he's must be intellectually challenged. Let me give you (the reader) a bit of "my review" which I hope will give you a better & more competent description than the one used so poorly to describe this film. Words than come to mind are more involving such as strange, dark & twisted...a multi genre film about a bored and detached man who devolves. It is a very disturbing and gripping story. You'll find that D'Agostino seeks to defy the commonality of normalcy and its implications. Watch it for yourself! and live through this very weirdly satisfying film..enjoy!