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This film covers a variety of themes from cultural phobias to psychological disorders. The cinematography is outstanding, the comedy is consistent, the messages in the movie are mandatory to be addressed. I went to a showing with a Q&A session afterward and Paige humbly discussed his influences, his mission with the film, and details about the creative process. I have been teaching for 9 years and I have dealt with many of the issues in the film from fearing accusations to phobias about being a gay man interacting with homophobic parent's children. Go and see this film- you won't regret it! You'll instead leave afterward with a smile, contemplating what's really most important in your life and in our society.
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