Jess meets Casey, a very openly gay woman and quickly the girls form a strong romantic bond which forces Jess to come to terms with her true sexuality; risking her family and hurting her best friend/husband.
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Jess meets Casey, a very openly gay woman and quickly the girls form a strong romantic bond which forces Jess to come to terms with her true sexuality. Jess is captivated by Casey's lifestyle; meeting Casey's friends and accepting family sends Jess' life spinning out of control. She does not know what to do as she falls deeper in love with Casey and risks losing her loyal and kind-hearted husband. Casey's life is turned upside down as well; having been a very promiscuous woman and never feeling that true love was really her thing, until now! Ultimately Jess is forced to choose between Casey and Trevor. Risking stability, her family and all that she knows for the great unknown and her new found love. "To Each Her Own" goes deep into the feelings and emotions that people go through while undergoing the coming out process, in hopes of helping people understand how truly hard the struggle can be with both internalized and external homophobia.Written by
Filmmaker Heather Tobin