When Early Landry loses his wife in a small town in Mississippi, his sister makes the decision for him to move with her to Los Angeles, where Early moves into an apartment building filled with a group of interesting Hollywood people, nothing he has ever been used to, but perhaps he fits in well.
First of all, you should know one thing about me: i often love movies others hate and hate movies others love. i found his movie to be sweet and tough, tender and honest. i laughed and cried, and i don't do that for the same movie often. with all the fuss and hoopla, i thought this would be a cringing, transgendered tale, but it was not. it was a great romantic drama i highly recommend. i only wish it was a little longer so we could see more of freda's life on the street and a bit of their life after commitment. that's how much i resonated with them. as for the drama surrounding this film, i think they picked the best people for ALL the roles. i've always loved matt bomer and i am now a john carroll lynch fan.
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