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Fit (2010)

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Takes a look at gay and straight love among the new millennials. Everything from secret crushes to homophobic attitudes are revealed by the rambunctious students taking Drama and Dance from... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Duncan MacInnes ... Tegs
... Jordan
... Karmel
Lydia Toumazou ... Lee
Stephen Hoo ... Ryan
... Isaac
Rikki Beadle Blair ... Loris (as Rikki Beadle-Blair)
... Luca
Andy Williamson ... Jacek
Donovan Christian-Cary ... Principal Vernon Bailey (as Donovan Cary)
Jack Shalloo ... Charlie
... Nina
... Tyler
... Molly
Alex Aston ... Aristos (as Alex Papadakis)
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Takes a look at gay and straight love among the new millennials. Everything from secret crushes to homophobic attitudes are revealed by the rambunctious students taking Drama and Dance from Loris. None of the teens are what they seem at first glance, with gay hearts lurking behind tough exteriors and straight kids expressing themselves in very queer ways. Written by Outfest Film Festival

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Gay, Straight, Whatever - You Belong - You Fit

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When Karmel is talking to her parents, the film they are watching is KickOff (2011), with the "Kiss him!" scene being clearly audible. KickOff is a movie by the same director, Rikki Beadle Blair and most of the same cast. Interestingly, KickOff came out one year after FIT. See more »

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Loved it!
22 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

I loved this from start to finish, but I knew roughly what to expect, having already seen and loved Rikki Beadle-Blair's "Metrosexuality". So I knew that I HAD to watch it with sub-titles; this Canadian cannot follow the thick English slang at lightning-fast speed otherwise! Even with subtitles, I missed many of the references, but I got the gist clearly enough.

While some might find the movie a little too earnest and at times preachy, I thought it did a great job bringing these stories to life in powerful and entertaining way.

Divided into episodes, it approaches the overlapping stories from different viewpoints, and tries to show that some kind of resolution, even if not yet found, is possible.

The performances are powerful and believable. The angst and bravado felt very real, and the internal conflicts really came through.

Highly recommended. Rikki Beadle-Blair is a GOD!


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