A provocative pas de deux that stumbles long before the curtain falls. Tonio (Jason Flemyng), a handsome young dancer, keeps a steadily growing urn collection: He's already lost his lover, a host of friends and, shortly into the film, his mentor
(Anthony Higgins) to AIDS. Tonio is himself HIV-positive, a fact which he refuses to let dampen his "go for it, regret nothing" attitude toward life. One night at a club, he meets Jack (Antony Sher), an overweight, middle-aged therapist who works with people living with AIDS. Jack's immediately
smitten, but it takes Tonio a little longer to see around what he perceives as Jack's physical drawbacks. It's an interesting premi...