Director: Ian Powell
Stars: Alexander Bracq, Denton Lethe, Thomas Thoroe
A beautiful young escort, Paul, suffers from trip-like dreams he doesn't understand. These visions are shared by his clients, both scaring and exciting them. Paul is searching for his twin brother, whom he hasn't seen since childhood, and hooks up with enigmatic film director John Baxter. Desired by everyone but lost to himself, Paul is persuaded to make one adult film, which will help him discover himself, and in the process find his twin. But the journey he goes on is a dark one, involving dangerous clients, an unscrupulous rival producer, and unsafe sex. In discovering his true past, Paul is in danger of destroying himself.
This movie was trying to be way too arty, just for the sake of it. There was not really that deep of a story at all for the viewer to start to care what really happens to the main character, unless he is your type and do not want anything to happen to him. Other than that, I did not care about any of the characters. They were whores and hustlers. Sorry, it is just the type of people I want to be around.
The story was.....where? It was very thin and simple. No depth at all. There was a lot of pointless nudity and sex scenes to make up for a bad story line. Not much else going on. The acting was some of the worst that I have seen, and I love indie movies. This one was just too bad and boring. I say skip this movie altogether. I watched it, so you don't have to.
Seeing Heaven (2010) Trailer