Luke, a young man insecure about his masculinity, must solve the mystery of his rare genetic condition, Zerophilia, that changes him from male to female anytime he's aroused, -noticeably ...
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Luke, a young man insecure about his masculinity, must solve the mystery of his rare genetic condition, Zerophilia, that changes him from male to female anytime he's aroused, -noticeably complicating his love life. Journey with Luke into the wild world of Zerophilia to discover you can't change your true nature, even if it can change you. A Coming-of-age cult classic.Written by
Though no mammals exhibit zerophilia, some amphibians can change sex when their population doesn't have enough of the one sex to propagate the species. See more »
[Keenan has just suggested that Luca ask Michelle whether she would consider a relationship with a zerophiliac]
No way I'm gonna ask her that!
Well you have to! Come on, where are your nads man?
[the two exchange a look]
We'll get 'em back.
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This Mess His Bliss
Written by Edith Pijpers
Performed by Edie See more »
truly creative, weird, and funny
I was walking down the street when I... anyways I met the director and got tickets to see the world premiere of it at Rebel Fest in Toronto. It should have been in the TIFF, but it didn't meet the deadline.
The movie is "so creative" as my friend put it and I haven't seen anything like that for a long time. Both of us are taking film courses in college.
The premise is the main character has a disease that changes his gender in minutes when he gets turned on. My only complaint is that it's hd quality and not widescreen.
I think most people would enjoy this film's quirky subject, and comedic dialogues. Unlike most films, Zerophila isn't predictable and not conservative. Also there's also some sort of frog motif going on in there.
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