Convict - On Sale!By Music Video Distributors
Incarcerated for most of his life, Rabbit is finally paroled and quickly turns to the only means of survival he knows: crime. After robbing a convenient store, he avoids the police by breaking into a nearby suburban home, which belongs to the family of a young man named Geordy. Alone for the week while his parents are on vacation, Geordy feels conflicted about following his dream to go to college or listening to his parents and serving his Mormon mission. Rabbit takes Geordy hostage and over the course of three days, the two are driven to the edge as they realize they're not as different as they seem.
Reasons to Buy
- Though it's not an overtly gay movie, there's a lot of homoerotic elements to this ultra-low-budget indie crime drama about an ex-convict and his 19-year-old Mormon captive.
- Director Austin Anderson is an established editor who has worked on a lot of gay-themed flicks in the past - including Sabor Tropical and the well-received festival short Thirteen or So Minutes.
- Long unavailable, this 2009 flick is just now coming to DVD courtesy of IMDFilms. It's an "underground" effort, to be sure, but that lends it a certain gritty charm. Think Last House on the Left, but with a creepy male sex-trafficking angle... and a surprising amount of heart.
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