Paul Greco (frequent soap actor Jon Lindstrom) lived the past 31 years of his life as a workaholic CEO of a business he built from scratch. Now, bought out and tossed aside, he is financially secure but alone, despite a long history of aborted relationships with a variety of women over the years. His sister, Elise (Wendie Malick), buys him a puppy to keep him company, and, while walking the puppy in park across from his luxury apartment, Paul meets Andy, a self-assured, intelligent 30-something gay man, who ignites a latent spark in Paul, who never considered he might not be heterosexual. Paul becomes more and more comfortable spending time with Andy, but can't reconcile the reality that he might want a loving, sexual relationship with another man.
The screenwriter, Jay Arnold, deserves kudos for telling a realistic story about a man who has procrastinated on reconciling his sexuality for most of his life. Despite a minimal budget and occasional over-acting, the film is good enough for mainstream distribution. It's funny, with a light positive message, and is an excellent choice to screen for friends or relatives dealing with acceptance of someone in their lives who came out to them.
Not rated, but would be a light R for sexual situations. DVD extras include deleted scenes. Also available streaming and video-on-demand from various,sources. I give it a full five stars out of five.