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.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Thomas Mann ... Matt Ledbetter
Lily Mae Harrington ... Jill Delisle
Ely Henry ... Elmo Moss
Lachlan Buchanan ... Patrick Keever
John Thorsen John Thorsen ... Justin Lynski
Shannon Hartman ... Toni
Matthew Russell ... Head Senior (as Matt Russell)
Marin Ireland ... Georgia Ledbetter
Ryan Boudreau Ryan Boudreau ... Jeremy
Jonathan Fisher Jonathan Fisher ... Rob
Daniel Stein Daniel Stein ... Teacher
Ted Moller Ted Moller ... Library Boy
Madison Jones Madison Jones ... Library Girl
Catherine Dupont Catherine Dupont ... Substitute Teacher
Anna Lamb Anna Lamb ... Hallway Girl


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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14 February 2018 | by fuglyduckling-20242See all my reviews

The characters were not likable, which is in most cases okay, but it feels this wasn't executed properly because they were also very unbelievable, These are not the kindred and damaged souls you'll connect to, it just a bunch of kids being annoying jerks. Unlikeable characters are fine and can be wonderful when portrayed correctly, but in this case I never felt bad or concerned for either protagonist. Mostly because, one again, the characters weren't buyable. The characters in the film are akin to a general list of high school stereotypes.

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4 August 2017 (USA) See more »

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Providence, Rhode Island, USA

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