Turtle Hill, Brooklyn



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Will and Mateo (co-writers Brian W. Seibert and Ricardo Valdez) are throwing a 30th birthday party for Will at their home in Turtle Hill, Brooklyn. When Will's conservative sister stops by unexpectedly, he is to come out to her and face the repercussions. The party kicks into action as the friends drink, jump in the (kiddie) pool, break the piata, and argue about politics, relationships, sex and religion. Another surprise guest arrives, exposing truths that threaten Will and Mateos relationship. When the bottles are empty and guests are gone, the couple faces the reality of who they are individuals and where they stand as a couple.

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3 Reviews for Turtle Hill, Brooklyn

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Review by Robert O'Neill

By: Robert O'Neill
In-House Review - Jul 02 2013
Smart, funny, flawlessly acted and very true to life, Turtle Hill, Brooklyn is an acclaimed and positively charming NYC indie that takes a look at a couple navigating the ins and outs of romance, relationships, friendship and life in the big city whi... Read More

Review by DelJ3000

By: DelJ3000
Will and Mateo are struggling but deeply in love. Moving in together has challenged their bond. Today, on Will's 30th birthday, all their friends are coming over- a mix of gay, straight, American, Mexican, male, female- to celebrate. The film follows... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
Will (Brian W. Seibert) is turning 30 and he has secrets. He is gay and lives with Mateo (Ricardo Valdez) but now something has slowed down their relationship. As he prepares to celebrate his birthday, Molly (Jeanne Slater), his sister arrives early ... Read More

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