Well acted but amateurish storytelling/development. The main character is clearly bi, but there's no setup for the first sexual encounter w/ the guy (hot as it is). From that point on, we learn little about either of the main character's lovers. One relationship blossoms in textbook (read: unrealistic stages) while the other withers. Under a more nuanced hand, this could've shined much brighter. Lacant is a pussy.
A hard look at the trouble of being true to yourself and knowing what you want out of life. It does get pretty cheesy with how much the lead character is in denial of himself, never giving a clear answer to defend himself. It still keeps us engaged in his struggle for identity and the people around him who push him with its subtle performances, atmospheric score, and its theme of strength through confusion and love.
Hanno Koffler is wonderfully empathetic in the lead role. The script, however, looks away from facing core issues. Why did his character, Marc, succumb to Kay during their jog in the rain? I didn't believe that Marc was simply a closeted gay man. Bicurious, probably. I wanted a deeper exploration of that condition but the script didn't provide it. At least Marc did learn to "breathe evenly".