Hollywood goes for the gay BIG CHILL thing with this adaptation of Terrence McNally's Tony Award-winning play. It's all about as white and bourgeois as you can get, but the film does take a few risks, and some actually pay off. Divided into three acts played
out over three summer weekends -- Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day -- the film follows the shifting relationships between eight friends who gather at the country house of Gregory (Stephen Bogardus), a celebrated but creatively blocked choreographer, and his sightless, much younger lover,
Bobby (Justin Kirk). Among the group are Perry (Stephen Spinella) and his longtime companion Arthur (John Benjamin ...