Not Rated | 1h 22min | Drama, Romance | 24 June 2009 (USA)
An unfulfilled gay man in a stagnant relationship finds his life changed forever when he meets a struggling writer visiting the Redwoods Country.
The dialogue is wooden, the ligneous plot is all bark and no bite, the sylvan setting only highlights the hopelessly timbered characters, and the beams of a promising story can’t penetrate the dead growth that riddles the entire movie. Like the giant Redwood in a copse of trees, it stands out as quite possibly the worst film of its genre, or any genre, I’ve seen in very long time.
If you do watch it, do so with people who have a sense of humor, and you have to take a shot of your favorite liquor every time there is an unneeded pause in dialogue longer than two seconds or a character says “um.”
Director: David Lewis
Writer: David Lewis
Stars: Matthew Montgomery, Tad Coughenour, Caleb Dorfman
Release Date: 24 June 2009 (USA)
Also Known As: Секвойи вечнозелены
Filming Locations: Guerneville, California, USA