Liberty High School student Justin has a secret. In an all gay world, Justin is straight, and the homecoming dance is tomorrow. Bobby, captain of the football team wants Justin as his date, but Justin likes Joanne. What will he do?

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(as Zach De Gregorio)
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Justin
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Joanne (as Emily Stiles)
Kay Stratton ...
Christian Robblee ...
Pastor
Scott Lembke ...
David
Bo Gorman ...
Bobby
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Johnny
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Steve
Tiffany Czeczok ...
Amy (as Danilora Patrick)
Nicole Wilcox ...
Jessica
David Allan Markham ...
Justin's Father (as Dave Markham)
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Justin's Father
Sheridan Cole ...
Joanne's Mother
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Storyline

In the homogenous world of Liberty High School, Justin Meyers has a dark secret: he's straight. In this parallel universe where gay is the norm, Homecoming is only day's away. Bobby, the most popular guy in school, wants Justin to be his date. But will Joanne, a quiet beauty from Biology class, out Justin's true feelings before the dance? Written by Tyrrell Shaffner

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A comedy for anyone who doesn't fit in.

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Comedy | Short

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Not Rated
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22 May 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

First Out  »

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$5,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Available on DVD as part of the Alluvial Filmworks catalog - 'First Out' released in 2006. See more »

Connections

Edited into First Out (2006) See more »

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Never Be Named
Lyrics written and performed by Laura Steenberge
Music written and performed by Ed Ma and Laura Steenberge
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POLITICAL Genius!!!
2 July 2006 | by (Transylvannia) – See all my reviews

Oh my god! i am speechless over the myriad of motifs regarding modern American culture. This work of cinematic magnificence can only be described with one word: different. I really felt like I was there at the prom scene. That was some great film-making and acting. The superficial attraction between Justin and Bobby made me sob, my heart was wrenching! This movie gave me faith in student productions. The stunning raw beauty of Joanne made my eyes water with admiration. My only word of advice for this movie to improve is to have made it longer! I couldn't get enough of the comedy that soaked this juicy documentary of love, hate, and conformity. Bravo Different.

10 STARS FANTASTIC


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