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Route of Acceptance (2012)

To Each Her Own Films new dramatic feature, 'Route of Acceptance', is a concept film that plays with the idea of the possible existence of destiny. Aspiring film writer Ryan Stark, is ... See full summary »

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... Cory (as Ryan Barrett)
Wade Gamble ... Dave Sweeney
Yvonne Gauthier ... Emily Abbott
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Janice Tate ... Helen Stark
Susan Q Wilson ... Gran
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To Each Her Own Films new dramatic feature, 'Route of Acceptance', is a concept film that plays with the idea of the possible existence of destiny. Aspiring film writer Ryan Stark, is having a hard time deciding what University to go to and is fearful to leave the comforts and predictability of high school and her life thus far. The film explores three realities of this young lesbian's life and shows how a decision like your school selection can change your entire future. Each life path evokes intense emotions as Ryan is torn between her love for career, family and marriage. Written and Directed by Heather Tobin, Cinematography by Justin Dyck. Written by Anonymous

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Intriguing Film
28 May 2013 | by See all my reviews

Saw this at the Kashish Mumbai Queer Film Festival 2013 and quite enjoyed it. The movie has an element of suspense to it because it takes you a while to figure out where it's going and what's going on. It offers up three alternative realities in the life of a young lesbian, which is something that takes a while to sink in. At first you might think they were one reality and she's actually having parallel relationships with a range of people. My god, you think, this girl is really promiscuous (especially for a lesbian). Then it dawns that she's not have three affairs (or four, if you include a guy who she gets pregnant by), but these are alternative lives, depending on which college she picks as a 17 year old. Whew ! What a concept.


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