Fourth Man Out: A Gay Movie for Straight People
Adam is your average working-class guy living in small-town America. He’s an auto mechanic who spends his free time with his tight-knit band of bros, Chris, Nick and Ortu, with whom he does everything—poker, video games, shooting hoops, getting drunk and meeting women.
But there is something about Adam that even his friends don’t know. He is not that interested in women. When he comes out, sort of by accident but not really, his best friend Chris promises him that nothing will change but, of course, some things do.
After the initial shock, the boys quickly come around to the fact that Adam is still the same dude, but when his double date with Chris ends disastrously, a drunken misunderstanding threatens to derail the group’s entire dynamic.
With a strong ensemble cast that includes GLEE’s Chord Overstreet, SUBURGATORY’S Parker Young, and THE OFFICE’s Kate Flannery, FOURTH MAN OUT is a feel-good comedy with plenty of heart that focuses on the growing pains of friendship.
Director Andrew Nackman graduated in Film Production from USC. He directed the short PAULIE that won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2012 Palm Springs Festival as well as LACMA’s Art of Film Award. FOURTH MAN OUT is his debut feature film.
FOURTH MAN OUT premieres at SIFF with screenings on May 30, 31 (with cast and filmmakers in person), and June 6; tickets available at: http://www.siff.net/festival-2015/fourth-man-out