Angora Ranch

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Overview

The homosexual drama Angora Ranch begins when Justin drives into a farm owned by Jack. Although there is a substantial difference in their ages, the two quickly fall in love, despite the strong objections voiced by both of their fathers.
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Overview

The homosexual drama Angora Ranch begins when Justin drives into a farm owned by Jack. Although there is a substantial difference in their ages, the two quickly fall in love, despite the strong objections voiced by both of their fathers.
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Special Features

Candid Shots; "Behind the Scenes" featureets; Letterboxed; Interactive menus
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/14/2006
  • UPC: 759259140875
  • Original Release: 2006
  • Rating:

  • Source: Water Bearer Films
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Uncensored
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 47,012

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Peggy Mae Binn
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Angora Ranch
1. Start Film [13:19]
2. Eating Rabbit [5:49]
3. Going to Bed [4:18]
4. Waking Up With Fear [9:41]
5. Back to the Motel [6:29]
6. Heading to the Motel [14:55]
7. Sneaking Around [2:29]
8. Morning Quickie [9:15]
9. Photo Shoot [5:46]
10. Justin to the Rescue [8:33]
11. Snuggling [1:27]
12. Breakfast With Dad [4:05]
13. Peter Moves Out [3:51]
14. Two Handsome Bucks [1:45]
15. End Credits [3:46]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Angora Ranch
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      Special Features
         Candid Shots
         Behind the Scenes
   Special Features
      Candid Shots
      Behind the Scenes
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    May December Romance on a Texas Ranch

    No, this is not another version on the Brokeback Mountain theme though the title might give that impression. This little Indie film made on a shoestring budget is more like an updated Farmer's Daughter story and as such it has some charm. Justin (the very hunky Thomas Romano) is an ad executive whose father sends him on his first solo run to a place in Texas. While driving to his appointment Justin swerves to avoid a rabbit in the road and his car gets stuck in a ditch that just happens to be in front of the home of Jack (Paul Bright, who also wrote and directed the film) and his loony senile father. Jack's life partner died a few years back and he is determined his plight in life is to live in solitude as caretaker for his father. Justin is invited to spend the night while his car is fixed by the local tow truck/mechanic. And the story unfolds from there into a May December romance that while it may not be acted very well at all, has its moments of warmth. The plot has enough twists to keep the attention span enduring the amateur acting status (both fathers figure significantly in surprising ways) and the cast of animals and eccentricities maintain attention. But the eye candy provided by Thomas Romano is the strong point - if only he could act.... Grady Harp

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