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Fruit Fly (2009)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Musical | 17 July 2010 (Singapore)
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Filipina performance artist Bethesda moves into an art commune to search for her long missing biological mother. Along the way, she comes to realize that she just might be a fairy princess, fag hag, fruit fly.

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L.A. Renigen ...
Bethesda
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Windham
Theresa Navarro ...
Sharon
Aaron Zaragoza ...
Jacob
E.S. Park ...
Karen
Christian Cagigal ...
Gaz Howard
Don Wood ...
Tracy
Michelle Talgarow ...
Geraldine
Christina Augello ...
Dirty Judy
Shelly Kim ...
Hag #1
M. Cat Alleyne ...
Hag #2
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Hag #3
Casey Ley ...
Mike
Sam Roemer ...
Greg
Ryan Morales ...
Manny
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Filipina performance artist Bethesda moves into an art commune to search for her long missing biological mother. Along the way, she comes to realize that she just might be a fairy princess, fag hag, fruit fly.

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Comedy | Musical

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Delightful and entertaining!
27 October 2009 | by (Vermont) – See all my reviews

I just got back from seeing this film at the Montreal GLBT film festival and found it thoroughly delightful and entertaining. The multi-talented H.P. Mendoza is to be congratulated for his clever writing -- especially the songs! (I'm still laughing over "Fag Hag"!!) I missed the credits, so it was a surprise to see HP's head shot posted here at IMDb, and to realize that he also played one of the characters in the movie. Did I say "multi-talented" already? This man does it all...casting, music, lighting, editing, etc.

"Fruit Fly" has something for everyone. There are a lot of laughs and some very tender moments along the way. I would have given it a "10," but some of the acting was weak in parts.


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