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Save Me
     

Save Me

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Director: Robert Cary

Cast: Chad Allen, Robert Gant, Judith Light

 

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They say that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, and in this look at one of the most polarizing religious and sexual debates in America, filmmaker Robert Cary attempts to reconcile homosexuality with Christianity. Mark (Chad Allen) is a young gay man who has fallen into a dangerous cycle of hard

Overview

They say that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, and in this look at one of the most polarizing religious and sexual debates in America, filmmaker Robert Cary attempts to reconcile homosexuality with Christianity. Mark (Chad Allen) is a young gay man who has fallen into a dangerous cycle of hard drugs and risky sex. Recognizing that his sibling may not have the strength to pull himself back from the edge, Mark's brother checks him into the Genesis House Christian retreat in New Mexico -- a place far removed from the temptations of the big city. Genesis House is run by a deeply spiritual, middle-aged couple named Gayle (Judith Light) and Ted (Stephen Lang). After losing a battle with sin back when she was young, Gayle has dedicated her entire life to rescuing young homosexuals from their own inner demons. In order to help Mark through the process, Gayle assigns Scott (Robert Gant) -- one of the program's advanced "fifth phasers" -- as the newcomer's mentor. When Gayle notices that Mark and Scott's relationship is intensifying, she sees the development as a threat and fights back in order to prevent her carefully controlled world from falling apart. The spectre of damnation looming constantly over their shoulders, Mark and Scott are finally forced to confront the truth about their own true natures.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/20/2009
UPC:
0720229913621
Original Release:
2007
Rating:
NR
Source:
First Run Features
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:36:00
Sales rank:
67,107

Special Features

Closed Caption; ; Interviews; Deleted Scenes; Director's Note; Resources; Photo Gallery; Trailers

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Chad Allen Mark
Robert Gant Scott
Judith Light Gayle
Stephen Lang Ted
Robert Baker Actor
Greg Serano Actor
David Petruzzi Actor
Arron Shiver Actor
Colin Jones Actor
William Dennis Hurley Actor
Ross Kelly Actor
Paul Scallan Actor
Adam Taylor Actor
Carmen Morales Actor

Technical Credits
Robert Cary Director
Chad Allen Producer
Kerry Barden Casting
Phillip J. Bartell Editor
Debra Baum Musical Direction/Supervision
Thom Buckley Asst. Director
Jeff Cardoni Score Composer
Craig Chester Original Story,Screenwriter
Suzanne Crowley Casting
James Currier Asst. Director
Robert Desiderio Screenwriter
Robert Epstein Executive Producer
Jeffrey Friedman Executive Producer
Robert Gant Producer
James Garbus Executive Producer
Patrick Giraudi Sound Editor
Herb Hamsher Producer
Alan Hines Original Story,Screenwriter
Billy Hopkins Casting
Raymond Kluga Production Designer
Robert Kroupa Executive Producer
Judith Light Producer
Angelique Midthunder Casting
Lahly Poore Costumes/Costume Designer
Christopher Racster Producer
Jennifer Ricchiazzi Casting
Rodney Taylor Cinematographer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Save Me
1. Opening Credits [8:11]
2. Jesus Can Change Your Life [4:56]
3. A New Arrival [7:12]
4. A Project With Scott [7:46]
5. Bill's Confession [5:53]
6. Mark and Gail Share a Moment [8:11]
7. Sinful Thoughts [6:34]
8. A Moment of Weakness [9:19]
9. The Dance [5:20]
10. You Can't Have it Both Ways [7:48]
11. Consequences [8:51]
12. A Reckoning [10:50]
13. End Credits [5:04]

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Save Me 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this movie very much. Even if i wasn't a fan of Robert Gant, Chad Allen and Judith Light, I would have loved this movie. It was heartbreaking to see everyone suffer like they did. It's so sad to know the people who are suppose to love you add conditions to that love. But in the end you feel redeemed and happy for Allen and Gant's characters. And you hope that the character that Light played had her heart changed in some way. In the last scene when that song started playing , I really lost it and started boohooing! Great Movie!!
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