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Some Freaks (2016)

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A charming romance develops between a boy with one eye and an overweight girl, though when she loses her weight after going to college, their relationship is tested in devastating ways they never dreamed would happen.
9 wins & 5 nominations. See more awards »





Credited cast:
Thomas Mann ... Matt
Marin Ireland ... Georgia
Ely Henry ... Elmo Moss
Lachlan Buchanan ... Patrick
Elise Hudson ... Glass Eye Girl
Lily Mae Harrington ... Jill Delisle
Chris Ghaffari
Nikki Massoud ... Andy
Mayank Bhatter
Adam Carbone ... Party cat
Shannon Hartman ... Toni
Luna Munroe ... High School Student (as Lauren Menard)
Sarah Jes Austell ... Bathroom Girl
Lovell Holder ... Copy Shop Guy
Cynthia Harrington ... Neighbor Lady


When one-eyed high school senior Matt meets 250 lb Jill, he falls more in love than he ever thought possible. However, when graduation comes and Jill moves cross-country to go to college, she then loses over 50 lbs - much to Matt's surprise when he arrives to visit her. While Matt struggles to accept Jill's new body, Jill begins to question whether Matt is really the man she wants to date. As the distance widens between them, the characters are propelled onto a collision course with brutality and loss, forcing them to confront who they are, who they were, and who everyone thinks they're supposed to be.

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It's weird not to be weird.


Comedy | Drama | Romance


Not Rated

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Release Date:

4 August 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Три фрика See more »

Filming Locations:

Providence, Rhode Island, USA

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Mountview Creative See more »
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Won Best Feature and Best Actress at the Princeton Independent Film Festival. See more »


Droog & Devotchka
Written and Performed by Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys
Courtesy of Walter Sickert
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Bonfire of the stereotypes
8 July 2018 | by shakercoolaSee all my reviews

An impressive entry in the teen film genre reminiscent of the John Hughes era. Three teenagers bond as outcasts for one to depart to fight their self-doubt. Each have very differently perceived predicaments, one size, one deformity and one sexuality, but their original kinship wins over. With empathy and unsentimentality at its core, thanks in part to a great trio of actors, the film has often funny moments, but also harshness from the' the characters' misadventure. The characters at the fringe, including one of the trio, are less credible - not enough character development explains their actions therefore it's a little crudely depicted and not as impactful toward the end. There is a good soundtrack and good incidental music which very much befits the characters' struggles.

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