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Eating Out

Theatrical poster
Directed by Q. Allan Brocka
Produced by Danielle Probst
Written by Q. Allan Brocka
Starring Ryan Carnes
Jim Verraros
Scott Lunsford
Rebekah Kochan
Emily Stiles
Music by Dominik Hauser
Cinematography Keith J. Duggan
Editing by Phillip J. Bartell
Distributed by Ariztical Entertainment
Release date(s) 2004
Running time 90 min.
Country United States
Language English
Followed by Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds (2006)

Eating Out is a gay-themed romantic comedy film released in 2004. It was written and directed by Q. Allan Brocka.

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Plot

After getting dumped by his girlfriend Tiffani (Rebekah Kochan), Caleb (Scott Lunsford) commiserates with his roommate Kyle (Jim Verraros), who notes that while he has trouble getting the men he wants he could get any woman because he's gay.

Later at a party, Gwen (Emily Stiles) dumps her boyfriend after he comes out to her. Caleb sees her and becomes infatuated and meets Marc (Ryan Carnes), who Kyle is infatuated with. Marc, meanwhile, sees Caleb and is instantly attracted. Kyle comes up with a crazy scheme. He tells Gwen that Caleb is gay so she'll set him up with Marc. Kyle figures that Caleb can use Marc to get to Gwen, while Kyle uses Caleb to get to Marc. Also, Tiffani lives next door to Gwen and Marc so seeing Caleb date Marc would make her crazy.

Caleb and Marc go out on a date then go back to Marc's place to watch a movie. Marc tries to put the moves on Caleb, who's unresponsive. Suddenly Gwen, who's stuck at a friend's house and bored, calls. She talks to Caleb, relaxing and seducing him verbally while Marc takes advantage by performing oral sex on him. Gwen hangs up to come home and Marc masturbates next to Caleb. Caleb, feeling confused and insecure, leaves. He passes Gwen on her way home and she seduces him again, this time physically. Caleb goes home and goes to bed.

The next morning Marc calls Caleb and leaves a message. Kyle overhears it and realizes that Marc and Caleb had sex. As Kyle storms into his room, Marc calls back. After the call Caleb goes to Kyle and tells him he's invited Gwen and Marc to dinner to clear everything up. Caleb also tells Kyle that he knows Kyle has feelings for him and that, if Caleb were at all gay, he'd love Kyle.

Gwen and Marc come over for dinner and Caleb is chagrined to see that Kyle's invited Caleb's family as well. Kyle convinces Gwen to "pretend" to be Caleb's date and Marc to "pretend" to be his. Dinner is going well, if a little awkwardly, until Tiffani inexplicably crashes the party. Gwen takes upon herself to out Caleb to his parents. His parents take it quite well and everyone ends up in a bizarre group hug.

After Caleb's family and Tiffani leave, Gwen verbally attacks Kyle, thinking he's trying to steal Marc from Caleb. Caleb convinces Marc to talk to Kyle and Gwen figures out the entire scheme, which she thinks is the sweetest thing anyone's ever done for her in light of the lengths to which Caleb went to sleep with her. Marc goes to talk to Kyle and tells Kyle that he loved him all along (pretending not to be interested in him the whole time).

In a post-credits scene, Marc and Kyle finally get together.

Cast

Awards

  • Breckenridge Festival of Film 2004 Best of the Fest GLBT Film
  • Dallas OUT TAKES 2004 Audience Award
  • Phoenix Out Far! Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 2004 Audience Award Best Feature Film
  • Rhode Island International Film Festival 2004 Best Feature
  • San Diego Film Festival 2004 Audience Award Best Feature
  • San Francisco International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival 2004 Best First Feature

Sequel

Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds was released in 2006 with Brett Chukerman to replace Ryan Carnes as Marc. "Eating Out 3: All You Can Eat" was released in 2009.

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