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Big Eden (supplement) (1994)
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Starring: Corinne Bohrer, George Coe, O'Neal Compton, Veanne Cox, Louise Fletcher, Arye Gross, Nan Martin, Eric Schweig
Director: Thomas Bezucha
Category: Gay, Lesbian, Documentary, Drama
Studio: Wolfe Video
Subtitles:
None
Length:
117 mins

 
 

 

Sometimes when you finally let go, you find something worth holding onto.

Big Eden is a tiny town tucked away in the timberland of northwestern Montana, where cowboys lounge on the porch of the general store to pass the time away. It's also the childhood home of Henry Hart (Arye Gross, Minority Report), a successful but lonely New York artist, who returns after years away to care for his ailing grandfather.

Back home, Henry confronts his unrequited passion for his high school best friend and his feelings about being gay in a small town. Warmed by the openness and affection of old friends, in time Henry finds new possibilities for friendship and romance.

Big Eden is a uniquely American fable about home and family. It hits upon the universal longing and hope we each have for finding a place where we are loved, and the unconditional desire to see those that we love find happiness.

Award-winning ensemble cast including Eric Schweig (Last Of The Mohicans, Skins) and Louise Fletcher (Academy Award

 
 
   
   

 
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