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Cast overview, first billed only:
J. Andrew Keitch ...
Brad Jenkins
Joan Lauckner ...
Julie Erwin
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Roland Davis
Nils Haaland ...
Terry
Kehry Anson Lane ...
Bill Dempson
Joel Egger ...
Dwayne Twillis
Virginia Smith ...
Doris Jenkins
Brad Buffum ...
Bob Jenkins
Mary Douglass ...
Louise Baker
Steve Balsarini ...
Halbert Baker
John Brennan ...
Mr. Thompson
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Steven Davis (as Adam Jefferis)
Katherine Nora Le Roy ...
Yolanda
Stan Brown ...
Mr. Fock
Eric Smith ...
Keith Stevens
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A gay man approaching a mid-life crisis is tired of being different because he is gay. He wants to be normal. Suddenly he is yanked back in time to when he was in high school. But this time, the world is gay and to be straight is considered deviant behavior. Then something else happens. He meets a girl. And suddenly normal becomes ...well almost normal. Written by Marc Moody

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No student hallway lockers have locks on them. During a school year they would all have locks. See more »

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Doris Jenkins: We will not create a scene with company in the house. We're middle class white people!
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Back To The (Gay) Future To See Peggy Sue Get (Gay) Married
11 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Premise? Brad, a 40 year old college professor, gets propelled back in time to his high school years (paging Peggy Sue). The time machine of choice is an automobile (paging Doc Brown). The twist here is that his past is now a world where same sex relations are the norm and being a 'breeder' is considered 'queer'. Unfortunately, ALMOST NORMAL suffers a bit from adhering to it's 'concept' - showing us a world every gay person has dreamt of, where being gay is the acceptable norm. Some of the character and plot energy is diverted to this noble experiment and thankfully, it eventually pays off. Although an indy in spirit, ALMOST NORMAL looks and sounds pretty slick and manages to be quite winning, despite some apparent flaws. The scenes where Brad and his boyfriend go on an 'ice cream' date and where the hunky boyf eventually proposes marriage are genuinely moving and refreshingly real. The convention of having Brad remain 'different' even in his new world is the film's toughest trick and I'm glad to say it works. The performances are capable and except for a few of the smaller roles, the acting is uniformly pretty good. The score and photography are above the norm for this type of endeavor, generally on a par with a Hollywood effort. The direction is a bit uneven, with a few scenes a bit too farcical and others veering toward the too sentimental. But for the most part ALMOST NORMAL is almost as clever and unique a film as Doc Brown could possibly confabulate.


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