Movie of the Week

WATCH: Best American Queer Film of 2013: “Pit Stop”

On its premiere at last year’s Sundance Film Festival, Yen Tan‘s aching rural gay love story Pit Stop was hailed by as “the best American queer film of the year.” This working class tale of closeted contractor Gabe (Bill Heck) and openly gay Hispanic forklift driver Ernesto (Marcus DeAnda) is a slowly simmering drama of two Texans finding love amidst a landscape of loneliness.

Out today on digital (and coming to DVD February 4th), Pit Stop is this week’s Movie of the Week. Watch the trailer above and then rent or download it directly from and other fine digital platforms now.

Pit Stop


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