In the powerful 1999 documentary PARAGRAPH 175, a gay concentration camp survivor describes what he euphemistically calls "the singing forest," a cluster of concrete poles from which victims were hung from hooks. The "singing" was the sound of their screams. It's a horrible image that can easily cause nightmares, but quintuple threat Jorge Ameer — writer, director, producer, actor and distributor — apparently found a different kind of inspiration in this awful memory. He created a trivial tale of romance and reincarnation that would be simply laughable if it weren't such a senseless exploitation of atrocity. Magazine journalist Christopher (Jon Sherrin) is having tro...