Eric Orner created a comic strip called "The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green," about a twentysomething gay man who consistently sabotages his relationships. Following in the tradition of Superman, Spiderman, and X-Men, George Bamber brings the comic to life on the big screen.
Ethan's roommate and former boyfriend Leo wants to sell the house that they share so that he can move on with his life. Ethan's current boyfriend is wigging out, and then there's the twinkie, Punch. Ethan and Leo have a lesbian roommate, who begins a romance with the pathetic loser real-estate agent Ethan picks to list the house, undermining Ethan's plan to draw out the situation as long as possible by ensuring that the house never sells. Then things get really wacky.
Hilarious, witty, incisive, screwy, and 88 minutes of fun. Coming soon to a theatre near you!
The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green, dir. George Bamber, 2005 USA, 88 min.
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