The 24th Day

Synopsis: One-night stand can lead to fatal results!Tom is a living proof!He's a straight family guy whose life turns upside down when he finds out that he has AIDS so he tricks his ex gay lover Dan into an empty flat & ties him up awaiting his blood test results.
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Tony Piccirillo
Production: Screen Media
Rotten Tomatoes:
92 min

-Im not sore.

-Don't worry, Tom.

Im gonna do whatever it takes

not to let this silly I.Q. thing...

get in the way of our

new friendship, all right?

People can be cruel...

to people intellectually

challenged, such as yourself.

I don't know

your daily struggles...

like trying to figure out

which shoe goes on which foot.

All right.

-You give?

-I give.

-You give?

-I give.

-You give up too easy.

-I was being nice.

I didn't want you to feel inadequate

after the mental bashing I gave you.

You know, how much can one

person take in one night?

-Thank you for the compassion.

-its my fatal flaw.


-I just can't stop giving.

-And that's a flaw?

Well, people can take

advantage of...

You have really

beautiful eyes.

I need a...

I want a drink.

Do you want a drink?

Ive got some scotch.


Ive got beer.

Do you want a beer?

Do you have a boyfriend?

-No, I have beer.

-Do you have a girlfriend?

No, I don't.

Shit, you're married.

No, Im not married.

So what's the problem?

What do you mean,

there's no problem.

You didn't just notice the

sudden change of subject occur?

-Can we just talk some more?


I just...I need a few more

minutes with this.

Have you ever been

with a guy before?

-Tell the truth.

-I am.

its totally cool

if you haven't.

Well, I have.

its actually sort of

a turn-on if you haven't.

Well, I have.

-Im a little nervous.

-So am I.

-You're nervous.

-Im serious.

I may be a little slow

with all this...

you don't come off

as a rookie to me.


I can't ever remember

making a move like that.

Im usually ''a big

scared cat'', seriously.

You don't seem it.

Well, I guess Im good

at hiding it, then.

You are.

Well, it's just you're easy

to be with, you now?

That doesn't happen every day.

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