3 Reasons To Buy This Film:
Beefy daddy-types totally destroying
young twinks. Yee-ha!
- A fantastico co-sexico
from legends Joe Gage and Ray Dragon.
- The flick''s quite
eye-catching tagline is "intergenerational was never so
sensational." Okay, now be honest: How can you not wanna
never so sensational! In this Ray Dragon/Joe Gage Media
feature, acclaimed director Joe Gage takes to the road
to explore the lives of a group of men from all walks of
life and of all ages as they each experience their own
intergenerational date with destiny. Dad (Allen Silver)
leaves his son Carter (Justin Taylor) at home in
Pensacola, Florida, and drives across the state of on
his way to a much anticipated six-day fishing vacation.
In Tallahassee, Dad passes the motel where he bunked as
a youth while working for the Department of Highways.
Inside, students Doug (Felix Andrews) and John (Richie
Sabatini) have just started their summer jobs under the
watchful eye of supervisor Neil (Andrew Justice). Neil
proposes some ways for the three of them to pass their
after-hours time. Neils suggestions may not be legal in
all states, but Doug and John decide to give them an
In the farm fields of Ocala, Dad comes across another
father-and-son duo, Mr. Easton (Josh West) and Carl
(Sean Preston). Mr. Easton hands his reluctant son over
to straw boss Don (Dane Hyde) for a lesson in following
orders that neither the adult man nor the 18-year-old
boy will soon forget.
Still on the road, Dad has a Bluetooth conversation with
his pal, airline pilot Dean (Chad Brock). The two men
make plans to meet up in Mosquito Lagoon, but Dean,
passing through Puzzle Lake, thinks he might have lost
his way. Dean spots Cody (Kain Warn) in a driveway,
stops and asks the young man for directions. Although
Dad has advised Dean to stay out of trouble, Dean cant
quite keep his promise.
Accompanied by hitchhiker Hutch (Ken Mack), Dad reaches
Mosquito Lagoon. The two men stop for a piss break in an
off-the-beaten-track cul de sac in an industrial area
near the waters edge. Having pursued his father across
the state, Carter appears, as does Mr. Easton - who
knows the area well as a down-low trysting spot -
followed by voyeur Guy (Colton Steele). The testosterone
overload reaches a fever pitch and an electrifying,
all-out, heavy-hung, horse-cocked, man-to-man sex
Will these guys ever get any fishing done? Only time