Saturday, September 14, 2013

The Trip

2002 American Feature

Cast: Larry Sullivan, Steve Braun, Ray Baker, James Handy, Dennis Bailey, Alexis Arquette, Sirena Irwin and Jill St. John
Writer/Director: Miles Swain

It's 1973, and gay rights activist Tommy is about to embark on the journey of a lifetime when he meets Alan, whose political views skew as far right as Tommy's do left. In spite of their differences, they fall in love.


  • Internet Movie Database: 6.9/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes - Critics: 39% / Audience: 70%
  • Metacritic - Critics: 47% / Audience: 8.8%
  • OMG rating: 6/10

  • DVD: Available


  • Dallas OUT TAKES Audience Award and Best Actor (Sullivan).

  • Cameos in the film include actress/singer Julie Brown as a receptionist and activist David Mixner as himself.

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1 comment:

  1. One of my all time favorite films! A captivating small film dealing with the relationship of two men over decades and the surrounding upheaval of the gay movement. Wonderful supporting performances contribute to the overall goodwill of the film. Sirena Irwin is a sketch as Beverly the trend jumping Greek chorus and Jill St. John an absolute scene stealer as Alan's boozy, wise mom but the entire cast even in the smallest roles is splendid. The musical score is also loaded with excellent choices that really set the right tone for each scene. However it's the chemistry and performances of the two lead actors, Larry Sullivan and Steve Braun, that makes you really like and root for the characters throughout their journey.


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