Yes, this is not politically correct, but it is so funny and has so many incredible, delightful actors that I've seen elsewhere. The fact that it's not politically correct must be making people give low grades to it, but they are wrong, wrong, wrong.
Our two heroes face insurmountable odds and have their lives turned upside-down when they're mistaken for gay.
I didn't exactly understand the last few seconds of it, but that doesn't take away from all of the depth of comic talent in the cast of this short film.
I'm particularly glad to see a couple of the talents from the TV show "Significant Others" here.