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Back Soon (2007) directed by Rob Williams

Director: Rob Williams

Writer: Rob Williams (writer)

Genre: Drama, Romance

Tagline: How long does love last?

Plot: Back Soon is a story of love, loss, identity and hope. It follows the relationship between aspiring actor Logan Foster (Windham Beacham) and reformed drug dealer Gil Ramirez (Matthew Montgomery), two men who find themselves inexplicably drawn together despite their disparate backgrounds, and the fact that they both regarded themselves as straight. However, their bond is soon threatened by Gil's mysterious past and a startling revelation about the true nature of their connection. Neither man is prepared for this, nor the impact it will have on their lives.

Alternative Spirit Award Grand Prize for best GLBT film -- 2007 Rhode Island International Film Festival

2008 FilmOut Award for Best Actor: Matthew Montgomery -- FilmOut

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Cast (in credits order)
Windham Beacham ... Logan Foster
Matthew Montgomery ... Gil Ramirez
Maggie Eilertson ... Adrianne Foster
Artie O'Daly ... Spencer Donahue
Bret Wolfe ... Jamie Pulaski
Kelly Keaton ... Grace
Bethany Dotson ... Mona
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Danny Aguirre ... Oscar
Joel Bryant ... Doctor Kelso
A.C. Earing ... Pissed-Off Bookstore Customer
Deven Green ... Trixie
Nora Jesse ... Chardonnay
Alanna Leigh ... Tanya
Jeremy Lucas ... Harland
Tammi Mac ... Deborah
Susan Papa ... Sandee
Neil D. Paris ... Locker Room Guy #3
Ken Rambo ... Nurse
Corey Schaffer ... Boris
Kevin F. Sherry ... Bad Sweater Guy
Andrea Torres ... Gil's Girlfriend
Trane West ... Locker Room Guy #2
Sam P. Whitehead ... Guy
John Morgan Wilson ... Himself

 

Tags: gay romance movie
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