To stay in New York City, gay Brit Jack (David W. Ross, “Quinceanera”) convinces his lesbian best friend Ali (Jamie Lynn-Sigler, “The Sopranos”) to marry him.
Things get messy when he falls for a sexy Spanish architect while his commitment to his brother’s widow (Alicia Witt) and his young niece complicates his decision either to stay or to follow his lover.
“I do” cleverly examines the complications of immigration issues in the absence of marriage equality for LGBT people on a Federal level, while also presenting a nuanced adult drama that resonates deeply amidst the current fight for U.S. marriage equality.
Why is “I Do” the Movie of the year?
It’s not often you can watch a LGBT movie, with a great story line that is is realistic an down to earth, and includes great actors at the same time. “I Do” has these two important things that creates a great movie that I can recommend to our readers.
“I Do” is the best LGBT movie this year in my eyes and if you haven’t seen it yet, you can purchase it from amazon.co.uk.
I even used the movie as a Christmas present to friends this year, so my friends also can enjoy this movie as well.
Winner David W Ross “Jack Law Award” Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival
Winner Jamie-Lynn Sigler”Best Actress in a Supporting Role Audience Award” Film Out San Diego LGBT Film Festival 2013
Winner “Best Screenplay” Film Out San Diego LGBT Film Festival 2013
Winner “Audience Award Best Narrative Feature” Film Out San Diego LGBT Film Festival 2013
Winner David W Ross “Rising Film Star Award” Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival 2013
Winner “Best of the Fest” Palm Springs International Film Festival 2013
Winner “Audience Award” Bloomington Pride Film Festival 2013
Winner David W Ross “Rising Film Star Award” QFest 2012
Winner “Best Feature Film” Long Beach QFilm Festival 2012
Winner “Best Drama” Atlanta Out On Film 2012
Winner “Audience Award” Seattle Gay and Lesbian Film Festival 2012
Winner “Audience Award” Pittsburgh Reel Q — Spotlight Film 2012