There are no secrets in a small town. Dodge, Texas (a few miles off of the I-45 between Houston and Dallas) is such a small town … by all accounts it is a nice, quiet little town. Peyton Place — way up there in New England a half-century ago — was probably a nice, small, quiet little town as well (and you know how that worked out).
This is the location for writer/director Yet Tan's (Happy Birthday, Ciao) latest award-winning film, Pit Stop, which is making its DVD debut courtesy of Wolfe Video on Feb. 4.
Gabe (Bill Heck) is divorced, a construction worker who works hard at co-raising his daughter with his ex-wife Shannon (Amy Seimetz) … she knows his “secret” and they make the best of it. Still, it is a lonely existence for a gay man in a small, Texas town.
When an equally lonely blue collar worker named Ernesto (Marcus DeAnda) finds his life in turn-around after his younger companion moved on he meets Gabe (not really a meet-cute, but a more mundane online hookup) and complication arise that challenge not only their lives, but those around them. Small towns can be like that.
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