Dog Tags (2008)

Director
Damion Dietz

Main cast
Amy Lindsay; Paul Preiss; Hoyt Richards; Candy Clark; Keythe Farley

Genres
Drama

Description
Raised in a single parent family by his mother Nate Merritt, develops a friendship with a gay man whilst on leave from the US marines.


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