Last Ferry | NCGLFF 2019
Feature Film

Last Ferry

THEMES: Drama | Gay | Relationships | Thriller

A young gay lawyer arrives on Fire Island to explore his sexuality and becomes witness to a murder. When Joseph (Ramon Torres), an introverted young lawyer, sets out to sow his wild oats on Fire Island, he is immediately greeted with disappointment: it’s off-season, and the island is dead. But he persists and even attempts a hook-up, which leaves him drugged and mugged. In his impaired state, he witnesses a shocking murder in the desolate Meat Rack. Trying desperately to flee, Joseph finds himself rescued by a handsome local named Cameron. But as Joseph recuperates at Cameron’s house, he begins to discover that nothing is as it seems, and he may not be out of danger after all.  Last Ferry is a tense queer thriller that turns a frisky vacation into a waking nightmare that builds in suspense and dread until its shocking conclusion.

$10 Individual Tickets | $85 10-Passes
(Dir. Jaki Bradley, United States, 86 min)

Friday, August 16

7:00pm   Fletcher Hall

Tuesday, August 20

9:10pm   Fletcher Hall


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