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Two men. A small town. A love that isn’t quite out of reach.
“Pit Stop” tells the parallel stories of two gay men in a small Texas town. There’s Gabe: a construction foreman who’s out of a disastrous affair with a married man and finds solace in the relationship with his ex-wife and their young daughter; and there’s Ernesto: a Latino factory worker who’s splitting up with his live-in boyfriend as he hears that his former partner is in a coma. When Gabe and Ernesto meet up for a one-night stand–having endured all the heartbreaks and wondering if they’ll ever find love again–they face the possibility that they are meant for each other.
Director: Yen Tan (“Ciao”)
Writers: Yen Tan, David Lowery
Producers: James M. Johnston, Kelly Williams, Eric Steele, Jonathan Duffy
About the Production:
“At the core, ‘PIt Stop’ is a film about relationships: how they come together and how they come apart. It’s also about the transient nature of relationships: how it shapes and defines us, and how it has the power to completely transform our lives. These themes are uniquely conveyed through the eyes of characters that are under-represented in cinema. Gabe and Ernesto are both working class gay men who don’t live in urban areas. Yet, their plights in finding, losing, and rediscovering love are very heartfelt and universal.” — Yen Tan
Pre-production, set to begin shooting in April.
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