Engaging, refreshing, realistically well-written
While the musical aspect of this movie doesn't quite work out, the movie is amazingly well-written and avoids so many LGBT film tropes (involving deaths and too many straight men and the usual coming-out narrative). The characters feel very real, they're well-rounded and their arc in the movie is arrived at in a really good way, that while you feel some kind of 'if only...' you understand why it's best that way. All the ladies were beautiful and relatable and people you would root for. I'm also glad to not have an all- white movie, meaning the characters of color had substance and significance and weren't just there to fill some quota. I really wish we had more films like this.
- Mar 13, 2017
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