Perhaps in the play it was Juliet that said "Parting is such sweet sorrow." but in this movie there are only two Romeos. Romeo 1 is a young doctor named William. He's opted for a more traditional route and now has a wife, recovering from an ectopic pregnancy. He realizes that he only somewhat loves her and has decided to move to Australia. Romeo 2, J.P. is his true love. The two apparently met a year or two ago but the back-story is left vague. Romeo 2 also has a girlfriend and a charter-boat business but the two have arranged this evening together, apparently not the first time.
William knows he must say goodbye to J.P. or decide to go for what he really wants and change his plans... Or perhaps convince J.P. to abandon his family and his business and come along to Australia.
The cinematography is moody and the pacing is languid as we are left to fill in the couple's past and begin to understand where the story is headed.
The story should be a familiar one to many gay men and a sad one. How much of one's self does one sacrifice for what society wants and where does one draw the line? The two leads are both attractive and seem real throughout. Their lovemaking scenes are hot. And the scene where they dance together borders on magical.
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