Lucky Bastard (2009)

Director
Everett Lewis

Main cast
Patrick Tatten; Dale Dymkoski; Timothy Ryan Cole; Johnny Kostrey; Norma Louise

Genres
Drama, Romance

Description
Rusty is a successful architect with the life of his dreams. However, when his boyfriend leaves town, Rusty meets a mysterious drifter names Denny who opens Rusty up to a strange new world.


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