This genial indie comedy suggests the influence of golden-era Jonathan Demme in its resolutely sunny depiction of small-town American life. A 24-year-old mechanic in central New York state hesitantly comes out of the closet to his friends; to his surprise, not only do they accept his homosexuality, they encourage him to explore gay nightlife and find a boyfriend. The dramatic tension can feel forced, but director Andrew Nackman makes good use of the four leads’ easy rapport, often lingering on scenes of them enjoying each other’s company; in fact this is funniest and most heartfelt when the filmmakers are least concerned with moving the story forward.