Worst X meets Y pitch ever
"It's a WILL & GRACE diamond heist type of movie...
LOG LINE: When a young man must pretend to be gay in order to buy a trendy hair salon that's for sale, he paves the way for planning a diamond heist that will destroy the devious man who now own's and runs his father's former jewelry store.
BRIEF SUMMARY: We have a handsome, straight, and single young man. Passing himself off as gay, he convinces a gay male couple who are the proud proprietors of "Diamond Cut," a popular hair cutting emporium that he's the ideal buyer to uphold the time honored tradition of serving it's special clients.
He has a grand plan. He is intent on avenging his father's devastating loss by obliterating a mean spirited crook who had systematically ripped off his father's thriving jewelry business and is now the new owner.
OVERALL COMMENTS: This is a clever high concept comedy that openly takes on a number of important issues including sexual preferences and relationships; loyalty and friendship, the bonding between father and son, betrayal, moral and ethical conduct. The screenwriter delivers with a positive, upbeat and satisfying conclusion which ties all the loose ends together. Lovers unite; father and son come full circle, and the villain gets his just desserts."