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Prom Fight: The Marc Hall Story (2002)

A young gay man fights to bring his boyfriend to the prom.After the local catholic school board denies him permission he must pursue his rights in the Ontario Courts system.

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A young gay man fights to bring his boyfriend to the prom.After the local catholic school board denies him permission he must pursue his rights in the Ontario Courts system.

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A Good Documentary
13 June 2004 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

"Prom Fight: The Marc Hall Story" is a one hour long documentary produced by Larry Peloso and filmed during the time that Marc Hall was fighting in court to win his right to bring his boyfriend to his Catholic High School prom.

And as a documentary, it does it's job, and is a good film. I recommend you see it if you can, and in the states, it can sometimes be found on the Sundance cable channel.

However, there is continual confusion between this documentary, "Prom Fight: The Marc Hall Story," and the subsequent film produced by Tapestry Films of Toronto Canada entitled "Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story."

Here's the difference: "Prom Fight: The Marc Hall Story": Documentary, IMDb @ http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0379941/ "Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story": Comedy/Drama, IMDb @ http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0410953/

Thus, "Prom Fight" did not star Aaron Ashmore, but "Prom Queen" DID, and also starred my favorite person in the world, Trevor Blumas.

So, the documentary "Prom Fight" is well worth the watch, but is NOT the comedy/drama shot in Toronto in October 2003 and produced by Tapestry Films, and which was first aired on CTV on June 1.

I hope that clears everything up for everyone.


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