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Celebrity Talk with Robert Cary - Director of Save Me

By Michelle Clay

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As an official selection of the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, Save Me is a story of the collision between sexuality and religion. The film stars Chad Allen as Mark, a lost drug addict who finds himself in the Genesis House, a Christian based "rehabilitation" center in New Mexico.

Allen stars along side Judith Light as Gayle and Robert Gant as Scott, the new people in Mark's life who eventually clash over his affections.

Director Robert Cary sat down with LA Splash to give his own personal insights on the film and the filmmaking process.

Robert Cary on his goals as a director on "Save Me"



Robery Cary reflects on comparisons to Brokeback Mountain



Robert Cary on screening "Save Me" near Salt Lake City




Save Me open in Los Angeles on October 19, 2008.


Published on Dec 31, 1969

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