Breach of Etiquette

Jericho lives a quiet life on a commune deep in the mountains of northwest New Mexico. When a stranger, Laszlo, from Los Angeles arrives at dawn, there is an instant attraction. Jericho and Laszlo head off on a road trip, heading towards a wedding in a distant city. As they pass the stark countryside of the high desert, they learn more about each other than they ever could have imagined.
16:30, HD, 2010

with
Benel Dreksler
Garrett McKechnie

Writer/Director..................Mark Levine
Director of Photography.....Norbert Shieh
Producer...........................Kathrine Knox
Assistant Director..............Ian Samuels
Assistant Camera..............Brittney Ringer
Production Sound..............Visperd Madad-Doust
Production Assistant..........Emily Johnson
Sound Editor.....................Jerry Summers
Color Correction................Norbert Shieh
Editor...............................Mark Levine

Shot on location at Zuni Mountain Sanctuary & Ancient Way Cafe in Ramah, NM

STATEMENT:
From 2003 to 2005, I lived on a radical gay commune in the mountains of New Mexico. It was isolated, remote and completely off the grid. The story of the film is based on events that happened to me during this time. Making this film was a way to come to terms with the decisions I made, the person I was, and the culture I lived in. Returning to the commune to make the film was a personal revelation. Beyond the personal, one of my goals was to move the discussion of HIV out of the urban landscape into something less familiar, less comfortable and with characters that you might not have seen before. This was in order to document the cultural shift from fatal plague to a simple breach of etiquette. But these things are never simple, are they?

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1675834/