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LIGLFF presents Breakfast with Scot
Cinema Arts Centre
Huntington, NY
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LIGLFF presents Breakfast with Scot
Opening Night Gala
8:00 to 11:00 PM

Sponsored by Way Out Media and The Thatched Cottage
The reception is free with a movie admission to either
The World Unseen or Breakfast with Scot

Sponsored by Here! TV

Friday, November 14th at 9:30 PM

Breakfast with Scot (Laurie Lynd, Canada, 2008, 95 min)
Officially sanctioned by the NHL and the Toronto Maple Leafs, Breakfast with Scot represents the first time a professional sports league has allowed their logo and uniforms to be used in a gay-themed movie. Eric (Tom Cavanagh of the hit series "ED," "Scrubs," "Eli Stone") lives for all things hockey.  Now in his thirties, he's managed to turn his stint as an ex- Toronto Maple Leaf into a full-time gig as commentator for sports TV.  He's living the dream!  But when Eric's boyfriend Sam (Ben Shenkman of "Angels in America" "Law & Order," "Canterbury's Law") announces that they're about to become temporary guardians of a young boy, Eric's comfortable world shatters.  Enter Scot (Noah Bernett) -- a recently orphaned, swishy 11-year-old sissy-of-a-boy -- and Eric's mirror opposite. Freaked out by Scot's 'joie de vivre,' Eric and Sam gently nudge Scot away from scented hand cream and all things pink, towards a more 'acceptable' pastime  hockey.  But after Scot's disastrous first game, Eric begins to rethink the compromises he's made in his own life in order to be 'accepted. Adapted from the novel by Michael Downing, Breakfast with Scot is a touching comedy that tells the story of a very 'straight' gay couple.

Preceded by The Boy Next Door (Gregor Schmidinger, USA, 2008, 14 min) US Premiere  Mark, a 25-year-old male prostitute, suffering from anxiety attacks, accidentally runs into Justin, his clients 10-year-old son, who, scared by nightmares, is looking for his dad. Each of them must face and defeat their own monsters by forming a special bond.

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Cinema Arts Centre
423 Park Ave
Huntington, NY 11743
United States


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Film

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No

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