Watch: 'Turtle Hill, Brooklyn'
By Out.com Editors
Thirtieth birthdays are can be dramatic events, particularly when conservative family members and long-buried secrets crash the party. That's precisely what happens in director Ryan Gielen's Turtle Hill, Brooklyn, which kicks off a week-long limited engagement at New York City's Quad Cinema this evening.
Brian W. Seibert and Ricardo Valdez, who both wrote and produced the indie flick, star as Will and Mateo, a couple whose healthy relationship's looks set to crumble just as Will's third decade begins, as you'll see in this trailer:
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