The film opens with John (Jonathan Wade Drahos) regaining consciousness in a restroom stall at "The Red Party." He stares at himself in the mirror and flashes back to when he was a small-town cop from Illinois who moved to Los Angeles, hoping to find a more welcoming environment.
He temporarily moves in with his cousin Tad (Daniel Kucan), who is living with his suddenly ex-boyfriend Gill (Brian Lane Green) and Tad's new boyfriend Julian (Darryl Stephens).
Tad is a filmmaker, shooting a documentary on circuit parties and Julian DJs at the parties.
Circuit is a 2001 gay-themed independent film set in the world of gay circuit parties.
Written by Dirk Shafer and Gregory Hinton and directed by Shafer, Circuit follows the lives of several people involved in the circuit party scene.
Shot on digital video over a period of six months, Shafer was inspired by circuit party music in crafting the film.
Circuit received mixed reviews, with reviewers finding the film too long and the performances of several of the lead actors weak.
John and Hector forge a friendship and Hector introduces John to the world of circuit parties and illicit drugs. Also performing at the club, as a comedian, is Nina (Kiersten Warren), who coincidentally is a friend of John's.
One of Tad's subjects is Bobby (Paul Lekakis), an exotic dancer and model who performs at circuit parties (and with whom coincidentally John tricked at a party). She is living out of her car so John invites her and her cat to stay with him in his new trailer.Tad shows his footage of Bobby to Gino (William Katt), who is an investor, to secure the funding to finish the film.The following books were written by Gordon-Conwell alumni.Click on the decades below to view the books written by alumni who graduated in that decade.You also may look up specific names using the "find" function on your keyboard.Books with links are available at our online store in partnership with Christian Book Distributors (CBD).