Release Date:July 4,2008
Everybody's looking for something. This much is true. And Trevor Holden (Brent Gorski) is desperately looking for himself in all the wrong places? Or maybe just in all the wrong people. It's pretty safe to say that he won't find enlightenment in his strung-out boyfriend. And despite the well-meaning advice offered by his sexually pervasive best friend and his self-righteous roommate, Trevor still seems to come up short. Almost ready to throw in the towel, Trevor happens upon Mr. Right, who refuses to let Trevor give up just yet. But, Trevor Holden has just witnessed his boyfriend Darrell overdose on heroin and nearly die. What's worse is that it's not the first time. Put lightly, Trevor is somewhat of a lost soul. If you asked him, though, he?d probably tell you he's more like a lost cause. So, it's not all that surprising he hasn't been able to break free from Darrell; however, this most recent incident changes something in Trevor, and he finally decides to bow out of the relationship?at least in the romantic sense. As his oldest friend, Trevor still feels a responsibility to help Darrell in his latest attempt at sobriety, much to the dismay of his own best friends, Jake and Andie. Though Jake would rather slit his own wrists than get involved in a real relationship and Andie?s been out of the game so long she can't even remember what sex looks like, they both have very strong opinions about Trevor's involvement with Darrell?as in there shouldn't be any. And even Trevor's not so sure he's got such a great handle on this situation, though he'd never admit it. It's not until Darrell starts using again that Trevor is finally ready to call it quits, for real this time. And just when he does, he meets the ever so charming Ephram. Simply being everything that Darrell is not wins Ephram a number of points up-front. Trevor's relationship with Ephram progresses rather quickly, and it starts to put a strain on his friendships with Jake and Andie, both of whom feel Trevor could stand to be a little more in tune with their feelings. Jake, a self-proclaimed sex-addict, is starting to worry a little bit about his past catching up with him, namely in the form of HIV. And Andie, who drunkenly ends her sexual dry spell with a one-night stand, realizes that Jake might have less to worry about than she does. Things unravel further when Darrell shows up uninvited to a party at Trevor's place, pleading with him to come back and help him through his addiction. After throwing him out, Trevor not only starts to wonder if he's made the right decision, but also if he's doing the right thing in being with Ephram. He's going to have to figure that out quickly though, because not only has Ephram just accepted a job thousands of miles away in New York City, but he wants Trevor to go with him. And now what started out as Trevor's own existential journey, turns into a path that will lead everyone to what is most important: themselves.