If you love Before Sunrise and if you are fine with depictions of graphic gay sex, then you should see this movie because it’s a beautifully woven tale. A one night stand becomes a two night stand while two lovers try to decide whether or not they should reveal their true feelings for each other and possibly pursue a relationship. The film is primarily focused on their interactions during the weekend where the film gets its name. Conversation topics include their views on gay rights along with their views of how society perceives homosexuals. But the film isn’t completely separatist from the heterosexual perspective – they also discuss the similarities between the creation of art and the creation of a realtionship while going deep into their personal lives and past relationships. The film goes right down to the core, the heart of the matter, and the performances by the two males are quite impressive. As Russ, Tom Cullen effectively plays someone who is introverted and shy – he keeps himself in check so that other people won’t make fun of him for being gay. Glen, on the other hand, wants to infuriate people by being as open and argumentative as possible. Both characters represent the ying and yang of issues in homosexuality today. Should they be out and proud or just try to assimilate? There’s a lot to chew on here for anyone who’s interested in sociology and politics. Plus, it’s a sweet little romance film that will warm hearts. I highly recommend it.