Winner of the Award for Best Canadian Film at the Montreal Film Festival, 'Everyone' is the story of a gay couple whose impending marriage brings out the relationship problems in everybody around them. Ryan and Grant invite their families to the house for a small wedding ceremony, without realising that they all have an issue with themselves or with someone else. As Ryan and Grant are forced to deal with everyone else's children, infidelity, and mourning problems, they begin to wonder whether marriage is an option worth considering at all. 'Everyone' explores the difficulties of marriage by contrasting couples at various stages of matrimony.
Q And A With Writer And Director Bill Marchant, Production Notes, Stills Gallery, Deleted Scenes
Release Date: 26 September 2005
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced
Main Language: English