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Rated R · 85 minutes · 2008

Drama

When the residents of a neighborhood are offered huge sums of money to sell their homes to a developer, the only ones to refuse are an elderly lesbian couple. Soon after, the couple's home is besieged by anti-gay vandalism, but Don suspects that the attack is motivated by big-business rather than homophobia. As the investigation progresses, Tim and Don fall in love all over again, as strengthened by their admiration for the elderly lesbian couple.

Official Site: www.ontheotherhand-themovie.com
Director: Ron Oliver
Writer: Gillian Horvath, Ron McGee and Richard Stevenson
Producer: James Shavick
Cast: Chad Allen, Sebastian Spence, Margot Kidder, Gabrielle Rose, Nelson Wong, Daryl Shuttleworth, Damon Runyan and Lori Taiolo

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