Redwoods Trailer (2009)

The trailer for TLA Releasing's Redwoods. From the director of Rock Haven, The Redwoods tells the story of a man in a muted relationship who meets and falls in love with a writer passing through his small Northern California town. Shot in the gay Russian River resort town of Guerneville, David Lewis' new film is gorgeously romantic and will stick with you long after the final scene flickers.

Everett (Brendan Bradley) and Miles (Tad Coughenour) have a comfortable, non-passionate relationship. Together they are raising Billy, a learning disabled boy, who takes up much of the loving and attention in their home. Miles and Billy go off to visit the grandparents and leave Everett to work in peace. There isn't even a kiss shared between the two men before the departure. Shortly after they leave, Everett is out front of his house and Chase (Matthew Montgomery) stops his car and asks for directions. There is an instant connection between the two men. Later that day Everett visits his B&B and "just happens to bump into" his new friend. And then while antique store hunting with his Mom, the two men run into each other again and the flirtation is official. Despite Everett's reticence and clumsiness, Chase persists. Chase shows Everett the book he's writing and Everett shares his life with the new man. Everyone in town seems to know that Everett and Miles' relationship isn't moving forward so there is no surprise when these two men hit it off, setting off a course of events that will change their lives forever.

1 min 52 sec


Posted On
July 13, 2009
David Lewis

David Lewis

TLA Releasing

Matthew Montgomery
Brendan Bradley
Laurie Burke
Cole Panther
Tad Coughenour
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