Megan comes home to join her Jewish family for Shabbat dinner with an important announcement: she's a lesbian and she's engaged to her girlfriend, Christina. But her well-intentioned family... See full summary »

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Megan comes home to join her Jewish family for Shabbat dinner with an important announcement: she's a lesbian and she's engaged to her girlfriend, Christina. But her well-intentioned family has already planned a celebration for her; they think she's engaged to her best friend, Markus. As Megan puts off breaking the news to her family, things quickly spiral out of control. Who knew telling the truth could be so complicated? Written by Michelle Kramer

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Who knew telling the truth could be so...complicated?

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A Funny Flick
8 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just saw this at the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival to a packed house (with Michelle Kramer present). I was in awe when I walked through the theater doors when all I could see is lines and lines of people waiting to get in. It was amazing. I have to say, it is an absolutely fabulous film and was worth the watch. Out of all the screenings I viewed, hers was by far the best. I left the theater digesting the story even as I sat in the car thinking about the characters. I cared for them, and wondered what could/might happen to them after the screen went black. I hope she goes far because I would love to see more films from her.


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