Rites of Passage

Rites of Passage

Director: Victor Salva Cast: Dean Stockwell, Jason Behr, Robert Glen Keith

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Overview

Two brothers and their father attempt to sort out their issues regarding family and masculinity in the drama Rites Of Passage. A young lawyer, D.J. (Robert Keith), is in a hotel when he spots his father, Del (Dean Stockwell) -- who happens to be with his mistress. D.J. is very upset, and Del suggests they go somewhere else to talk about this matter. They drive to the family's cabin in the mountains, where they discover Campbell (Jason Behr), D.J.'s brother, who has been out of touch with the family for the past two years; Campbell got into a violent arguments with Del regarding Campbell's male lover, and they haven't spoken since. The three sit down to air their differences when a pair of strangers, Frank (James Remar) and Red (Jaimz Woolvett), arrive at the door, claiming to need help with their car. The mood soon turns confrontational between Frank and Del, threatening to erupt into violence at any moment, especially when it becomes clear that Frank and Campbell have met before. Rites Of Passage was directed by Victor Salva and was screened as part of the 1999 San Francisco Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/30/2000
UPC: 0754703761545
Original Release: 1999
Rating: R
Source: Wolfe Video

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dean Stockwell Del Farraday
Jason Behr Campbell Farraday
Robert Glen Keith D.J. Faraday
Jaimz Woolvett Red
James Remar Frank

Technical Credits
Victor Salva Director,Screenwriter
Ed Cathell Co-producer
Pierre David Producer
John Davis Executive Producer
Don E. Fauntleroy Cinematographer
Larry Gershman Executive Producer
Anita Gershman Executive Producer
J. Todd Harris Producer
Ed Marx Editor
Benjamin Patrick Sound/Sound Designer
William Perretti Production Designer
Craig Davis Roth Associate Producer
Bennett Salvay Score Composer
Jana Stern Costumes/Costume Designer
Dean Stockwell Associate Producer
Jewels Sutterfield Asst. Director

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I felt compelled to write this review. I ordered this movie because Jason was in it, and because I heard it was a good movie. I just didn't realize just *how* *amazing* it was till I saw it. By the time the credits rolled, I was truly blown away. Jason Behr poryrays a young gay man so beautifully. He never 'overdid' the acting or anything like some movies do. He was perfect! I recommend this movie to any Jason Behr fan; it is a must have! And to anyone else; this is an amazing video!