This film is not currently scheduled to screen at New Park.
David, the host of a local gay radio show in Buffalo, New York, struggles with self-doubt when his single sister asks him to be the father figure for her soon to be adopted Brazilian child.
David is a shy, soft-spoken man. Except when he's on the air, hosting Gay Talk, where he's Danger Dave. Danger Dave is the charismatic hero of the gay community of Buffalo, New York, dishing out humour, sympathy, love and music, while challenging the local Christian radio host who is pushing conversion therapy on gay teenagers.
David also loves his sister, but we learn early on that she has passed away (although he still has conversations with her all the time.) We also learn, through a deft process of sliding back and forth in time to reveal details in the right order, that both David and his sister had quite a bit of pain in their lives. His sister was thrice-divorced and yet still childless, so was looking to adopt from Brazil. David is...lonely. At least until he starts up a romance with his new colleague. It's a wonderfully engaging story with sympathetic people, and forces David to take care of himself. Written and produced by Don Scime.
Sun 30 Nov 15:00 (Pic. Palace)
Thu 4 Dec 17:00 (Studio)