Yes, Tony Vitale's debut feature is clumsy and amateurish. But it's also occasionally quite charming, and ultimately more commendable for what it isn't
than worthy of censure for being nothing more than an inconsequential comedy. Like SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER's
Tony Manero (the role model of "Guidos" everywhere), 24-year-old aspiring actor Frankie (Nick Scotti), a Bronx-born Italian-American, wants nothing more than to move into Manhattan and -- he hopes -- the big time. He answers an "roommate wanted" ad, naively figuring that GWM stands for "Guy With
Money," and winds up in the Greenwich Village apartment of "Gay White Male" and fellow actor Warren (Anthony Ba...