A man has an accident while playing rugby and ends up in a coma. When he finally wakes up, he has no idea who he is, so must trust a friend to fill in the gaps.
Firstly, teens playing married couples and doctors - give me strength. You could have had the same story without adult characters. Secondly, your camera and/or your tripod makes too much noise. Thirdly, your minister's homophobic rant at the civil union was awkward, embarrassing and juvenile. It went on & on and just when you thought it was over, it started again. I thought I was watching the film Australia. It also wasn't for a second remotely funny. If you're going to do something like that you really need to set it up through the story and the actions/motivations of the characters- so writing a script is a good idea.
Some of what I enjoyed:
"Yes, he's still in a coma" was a great line after the stethoscope check.
The preacher did a great job of acting. Looks like he had a ton of fun.
Kind of a hamfisted approach to gay marriage, though.
Insanely loud song at the credits. Please don't do that again.