Looks like the once-fresh New Queer Cinema is starting to get a little moldy around the edges. Director Keith Froelich's clunky debut feature follows a trio of young gay men -- wayfarers at heart -- trapped in the small, German-American town of New Ulm, MN. Phillip
(Andrew Woodhouse) is the first to escape: After his advances are rebuffed by the panicky Dieter (Matt Klemp), his desirable but confused high-school buddy, Phillip heads for Minneapolis and a life of prostitution. Dieter, meanwhile, starts hanging around Udo (Ralf Shirg), a slightly older, openly
gay German immigrant. After a humiliating spanking at the hands of his homophobic father, Dieter begins to h...