Last updated on 26 October 2015
Yeah No Definitely (2007)
Director: Dave Snyder
Writer: Dave Snyder
Duration: 14 min
Stars: Vincent Piazza, Alan Barnes Netherton and Alejandra Ambrosi
Two friends head out to a party to have some fun and relax. Little do they know that they are both about to deal with emotions about their lives that bring them together in a way neither of them expected. This film has no man-on-man contact, rather it is a film of subtleties between men exploring emotional boundaries, rather than physical ones. It is a gay film because of its origin and addition to the Boys Briefs 5 collection, which is a gay short film collection. Enjoy!
- Director: Dave Snyder
- Writers:Dave Snyder
- Runtime:14 minutes
CamVincent PiazzaKiffAlan Barnes NethertonNadiaAlejandra AmbrosiDianeStephanie ChambersArielleKay BaileyJasonChris PiccinniniGirl at the Party #1Molly BerrensBoy at the Party #1Paul BeyerThe BartenderScott BeyerGirl at the Party #2Giselle Cruz
‘yeah no definitely’ is about a young man unable to express himself, and the danger he poses when his long-seething emotions finally explode. Cam and Kiff are students in an intense platonic relationship. At a summer party, Cam becomes intoxicated and angry. He’s unwilling to admit his attraction to Kiff, and unable to release powerful feelings of grief he’s holding inside. Kiff hopes having a good time might make Cam forget his pain. Both are in denial, and the truth’s suppression may kill one of them before the night is over. The film is a study in self-deception, a theme worth exploring now, when Americans seem particularly desperate to avoid dealing with reality, and grasp at any diversion rather than look in the mirror.
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