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USA, English, 24 mins

  • Director: Jeff McCutcheon; Melissa Osborne
  • Writer: Melissa Osborne
  • Producer: Paul Dean; Jeff Ford

CGiii Comment

The potential for this to be an incredible work of art was there...

The thought that went behind this...is demolished by incompetent camera work.

There is a moment in this film that is a natural conclusion - if the directors had the maturity they would have spotted this...allowing for the scene to linger and fade...thereby having a short that would have soared above its contemporaries.

There is a huge amount of talent on display - just don't employ the same cameraman ever again.

With experience and maturity...you may go on to make a great film...one day.


Trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

A gay African-American teenager grapples with his young identity on the night Obama was elected president, and Proposition 8 - the voter initiative to eliminate same-sex marriage -passed.

Cast & Characters

Sean McClam as Jamie;
Preston Douglass as Vincent;
Jesse James Rice as Ivan;
Nick Ryan as Aaron;
H Chris Brown as Grandma;
Brooklyn Lowe as Candice;
Quentin Miles as Tom;
Brent Wise as JC;
Metra Dee as Joanne;
Carl Crudup as Thomas

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