Lucky Bastard

Synopsis: Rusty is a successful, respected and attractive restoration architect. He's also gay. With his lover Daniel away on a business trip, and his business partner Garrett making a couple professional missteps, Rusty finds himself taking in Denny, a meth-addicted, HIV-positive transient who soon starts leading Rusty around. Is this love, lust, or a new restoration project for Rusty? Rusty himself isn't certain.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Everett Lewis
Production: Breaking Glass Pictures
 
IMDB:
4.4
UNRATED
Year:
2009
87 min
Website
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towards your own creativity.

I don't want to

make a new statement,

I like this statement, I want

to make this statement over

and over again.

I'm about refinement,

I'm a perfectionist,

I've looked at 200

sinks for this job alone!

The house is for

their daughter, okay.

It's her wedding present.

I mean it's on a mountain

top in the desert!

You're going to build a

house from the ground up,

I want you to be creative okay!

And, and, and you're talking to the

Howell's this afternoon, for us!

So you had this

planned all along?

Yeah, you're damn right I did

buddy because I'm the master

planner and you're the

master designer and,

and, you're the

greatest partner in the world,

I just want you to

fuckingg grow.

I don't want to grow.

Well you're going to

grow starting right now.

You know this is in

your best interest!

Yeah, yeah, yeah...

You're such a

fuckingg bastard.

You're an asshole.

You're what?

I'm assigning Rusty

to a new project.

But Rusty is doing my house.

Yes, and it's almost finished.

I'm taking over, I'm going

to handle all the details.

ls this your idea Rusty?

This is my idea actually.

Rusty is going to be designing

a house from the ground up.

He's moving past restorations.

What restorations?

I spent five million

dollars on this property,

now it's just a restoration?

I didn't say that, l

didn't say anything like that.

We spent every weekend looking

for vintage plumbing Rusty.

We even flew to the

Philippines to look at veneers.

And now you're just

dumping me for some new project.

I didn't dump you guys.

I'll be taking over the completion

aspect of the project.

ls this what you want Rusty?

Well I mean he is the boss.

I'm not the boss, I'm Rusty's

business partner and the house

is almost complete

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Everett Lewis

Everett Lewis is an American independent filmmaker whose directorial credits include: The Natural History of Parking Lots (Sundance 1990), An Ambush of Ghosts (Sundance 1992), Skin & Bone (Toronto 1994), Luster (Outfest 2000), FAQs (Philadelphia 2002), Lucky Bastard (Outfest 2008), The Pretty Boys (2011), Somefarwhere (2011, premiered at the Paris Gay and Lesbian Film Festival Cheries Cherie), and Territory (2016). Lewis earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from North Carolina State University and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Southern California. He has served on the faculty or as a guest lecturer of a number of colleges and universities, including the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, Chapman College and Long Beach City College. more…

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