Luke is a nice young Southern gentleman and would-be actor who also happens to be gay; that's convenient for his partner, Adam, a slightly older and more neurotic New York type. What isn't convenient is Luke's committed Christianity — it clashes with Adam's staunch atheism. We see their relationship unfold and bunch up (religious differences are tough on couples) in flashback, because Luke's in a pretty serious coma owing to a traffic accident. As Luke's parents debate bringing their son back to Florida for treatment (Dad's a born-again, Mom's a bit of an eccentric), Adam is trapped in the waiting room because he's not technically a family member, and because Luke's parents don't technically know their son's true sexual orientation.... More >>>