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I Do

Jack (David W Ross) is a gay Brit living in New York. When his brother (Grant Bowler) gets killed in a car crash, Jack is left to raise his niece, Tara, with his sister-in-law Mya (Alicia Witt).

When Jack’s work visa is denied moving back to England isn’t an option. With Tara, now seven, and Mya, struggling through medical school, he can’t leave them behind. Faced with deportation and no other means to stay in America, Jack marries his lesbian best friend Ali (Jamie-Lynn Sigler). When Jack falls for a Spanish architect Mano (Maurice Compte), a U.S. citizen, and I.C.E officers detain and interview Ali and Jack, a terrified Ali files for divorce.

Mano, ready for commitment, believes he can marry Jack and keep him in the country. Their lawyer informs them that even though Mano is a citizen, immigration is a Federal level right not afforded to gay marriage on a State level. Jack will be deported unless he marries another woman.

Four

In a nameless, suburban American town, the smell of barbeque fills the air as Fourth of July celebrations move from a hot summer day into night. Joe, a man who works hard and travels a lot, leaves his family behind for the holiday, citing a business trip. Abigayle, his precocious daughter, is left to tend to her ill mother and manage the house on her own, yet again. Seeking just enough attention to get her through another night of her lonely responsibilities, she turns to Dexter, a former high school basketball star whose best days are behind him. And while Abigayle is out with Dexter, Joe is quietly spending time around town with June, a young man he met online who’s struggling to accept himself. And for just this night, the small world that these four live in will become even smaller, though the freedom they experience has never been so dangerous, fleeting and honest.