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A Silent Truth (2012)

Not Rated | | Short, Drama, Family | 28 April 2012 (USA)
A fourteen year old boy who is gay is struggling with self-acceptance, reconciling who he is with his belief in God, and grappling with the decision of whether or not he should come out to his family.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Sovich ... Ian Foster
Dylan Aaron White Dylan Aaron White ... Tyler Pendleton
Tonee Purnell Tonee Purnell ... Jason Pendleton
Kathy Vogel Kathy Vogel ... Tonya Pendleton
Joy D. Borland Joy D. Borland ... Tricia Todd
Cole Kornell Cole Kornell ... Ben
Mark Oet Mark Oet ... Tim
Kimberly J. Mahoney Kimberly J. Mahoney ... Linda Foster
Ryan Vincent Ryan Vincent ... Chris Foster
Dani Apple Dani Apple ... Jessica Graham
Brian Richeson Brian Richeson ... Matt
Katrina Walker Katrina Walker ... Fairy of Knowledge (as Katrina Melanie Walker)
Jaclyn Inglis Jaclyn Inglis ... Debbie Newton
Ralph DiLudovico Ralph DiLudovico ... Paul Jennings
Kyla Korune Kyla Korune ... Birthday Party Guest
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A fourteen year old boy who is gay is struggling with self-acceptance, reconciling who he is with his belief in God, and grappling with the decision of whether or not he should come out to his family.

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Short | Drama | Family

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28 April 2012 (USA) See more »

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Akron, Ohio, USA See more »

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Heartwarming...
23 October 2012 | by jordankingsfordSee all my reviews

When I first sat down to watch this film (which I happened upon by accident!) I wasn't impressed at first. I found the acting a little staid, the premise of the story all too cliché and the pace of the film a little too slow....

However, I must confess that I was to be proved wrong! I found myself identifying with Daniel Sovich's tearjerking portrayal of a young lad coming out in a Christian household and it was so believable towards the end that I must have caused a sharp spike in share prices for the company that produces my tissues! Beautifully acted by a gorgeous young man, dealing with such a maligned, sensitive topic.

Daniel Sovich, thank you. You've brought the issue of hormones, sexuality and bigotry to the fore magnificently and I look forward to seeing future performances by you, no matter what the subject content.

May your career be as beautiful as you are!


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