“turtle hill, brooklyn”

 
 

“Turtle Hill, Brooklyn” is a funny, sincere, slice of life about a couple just trying to figure it out. Mateo and Will invite their friends over for Will's 30th birthday. After a few surprise visitors, they get through the day, but realize that doubting your partner isn't nearly as scary as doubting yourself.

This comedy-drama takes place in a Brooklyn neighborhood where lovers Mateo and Will invite their friends over to celebrate Will’s 30th birthday. Their friends’ (a mix of male, female, gay and straight) conversations soon cover a gambit of topics—politics., gay rights, pot laws, long distance marriages, aging and ethnic discrimination. As the party progresses, the alcohol flows, and the piñata isn't the only thing that gets punched! And when things begin to get out of hand, a surprise guest arrives, not at all approving of the proceedings. It is also revealed that both Will and Mateo may have some secrets that threaten their relationship. Will might not be as openly out as he claims, and Mateo may have a wondering eye. Not even a dip in the backyard pool cools thing down. Turtle Hill is a funny, true-to-life look at a couple navigating the ins and outs of a relationship


Starring Brian W. Seibert, Ricardo Valdez, Holly Lynn Ellis, Adam Harper, Carlos Alberto Valencia, Krista Kujat, Peter Gregus, Chantel Cherisse Lucier, Joie Bauer, Jose Joaquin Perez, Cooper Shaw, Deirdre MacNamara


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Out on Film showing Turtle Hill Brooklyn

“Turtle Hill, Brooklyn”

 

Out on Film showing Turtle Hill Brooklyn

A bunch of assorted friends -- male and female, gay and straight, American and Hispanic -- drop by a Brooklyn house to wish its owner a happy 30th birthday.




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Out on Film showing Turtle Hill Brooklyn
Out on Film showing Turtle Hill Brooklyn
Out on Film showing Turtle Hill Brooklyn

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Wednesday, October 10, 2012   *   5:35 pm  *   78 minutes   *   Director: Ryan Gielen