"When you lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas." This chorus is the unifying theme of Wally White's new feature, Lie Down With Dogs, a disappointing film about the letting go of guilt and, basically, the embracing of promiscuity and shallowness.

The film starts out as an odd "get inside my mind" piece about a gay man named Tommie (played by White himself), who decides to head off for one last summer of frolicking in Provincetown, Massachusetts ("the ultimate gay resort"). Leaving the big city of New York behind, Tommie casts his worries aside, whips out a few credit cards, and, badda-bing, it's party time.

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