In this provocative teen comedy, Luke, a young man insecure about his masculinity discovers he's a Zerophiliac, with the ability to change sex at will. Join Luke as he journeys into the ... See full summary »
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In this provocative teen comedy, Luke, a young man insecure about his masculinity discovers he's a Zerophiliac, with the ability to change sex at will. Join Luke as he journeys into the extraordinary world of Zerophilia where so many crazy questions arise, only one question matters: "Whom do you love?" Written by
Numerous Eugene, Oregon landmarks are recognizable in the film. The two guys share a smoke early on at the summit of Skinner Butte (Ya-po-ah) with the larger mountain Spencer Butte (Champate) in the background. The college campus scenes are filmed at the University of Oregon. See more »
You mean, you're gonna' try to keep yourself from getting turned on?
C'mon, Luke, you get turned on by two scoops of ice cream.
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I was a little skeptical to watch this movie when I first heard about it. I couldn't tell if it was a comedy or a drama. Yet, within the first five minutes of the film, I was really too impressed with Taylor Handley natural acting skills and lovable portrayal of "Luke," to really care.
"Zerophilia" ended up being funny and dramatic at the same time. The whole idea of switching genders through a genetic condition somehow worked in the story's overall message of acceptance-no matter who you are.
I think I'll watch it again, if not just to see the reaction of everyone in the theater in the shocking scene with Luke (wow).
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