Fair Haven

Fair Haven
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Franklin

Good cinematography, The actors did a decent job with the lines as they were written, but no real depth to any of the conflict. There should have been a LOT more research about farming apples. It is pretty implausible that two men could have actually sprayed the entire orchard with a ...Read more

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Craig

Agreed completely! The total lack of understanding of growing and harvesting apples was bizarre, they should have just picked a market garden crop! And tree quarters of a million for an orchard that just one guy can handle? Hah!

Anyway, the bigger problems here are the leaden directing ...Read more

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Sahan

Same old, same old -- but rather well done.

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Tim

Wow. What an amazing film. Hit very close to home. 5 stars.

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Robert

With the exception of Wopat's portrayal of the father, Fair Haven, is a negligible addition to gay indie films. It's not just that it's all been done before (and better). That's never the point - it's seeing the material re-imagined and presented in a way that doesn't make one think of an ...Read more

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Pier

I was pretty amazed at how tolerant the father (Tom Wopat) was with his son. I mean this is a good thing. The story was very real to me, a good film though this theme has been filmed many times in various ways. A sensitive piece of writing and directing!

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Stephen

Tom Wopat? He did a decent job! I do think these films are important to gay youth. This is probably what it looks like in middle America.

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