In the film, one brother (Dallas) is straight and can’t relate to his younger gay brother (Austin). By a quirky twist of fate, they exchange places and live in each other’s shoes for a day. The world around them sees no difference. Only Dallas and Austin realize they have switched and can see it when they look in the mirror. Now Austin must handle the office for Dallas and Dallas must spend the day getting ready for the upcoming drag contest with the help of Austin’s sidekick Jackie.
In this scene, Dallas is talking to Austin’s best friend Jackie, trying to understand his brother’s life. Jackie has a heart felt moment where he reveals how lucky Austin is to have a brother looking out for him. With this scene. Dallas begins to start realizing that he really doesn’t know his little brother very well.
Brilliant acting by Blake Fiegert as Jackie, Pete Stringfellow as Dallas, and you get to see Jacob Ellis in the mirror who plays Austin. The scene was written by Adam Reeves, and shot by the talented and amazing Nico van den Berg. Jordain Wallace composed the original music that is such a beautiful treat for the ears. The apartment we shot in was provided by Ryan Rudnitsky, another great guy.