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On the heels of National Coming Out Day comes this moving collection of short films that celebrates characters coming out and/or coming of age no matter how young or old they may be. Living authentically looks beautiful on each of the characters found in these stories, from teens testing the boundaries of their identity to thirty-something women finally ready to share their true selves with the world.
Jason, a shy teen, reluctantly writes a heartfelt candy gram message to his high school crush, Armando. Jason's anxieties get the best of him and he goes to throw the note away, only to have his confession accidentally sent directly to Armando. Jason must rush to retrieve his embarrassing message...
Seven-year-old Filip admires his sixteen-year-old brother Sebastian most of all. They get up to mischief, watch movies together and play football. One evening, Filip sees something unexpected happen between Sebastian and Sebastian’s best friend. He doesn’t know how to handle it.
Set in late-90s Colombia, the curious and introverted Amalia unknowingly begins the universal experience toward self-awareness. Bored with her girlfriends and dying to know exactly what boys talk about, when girls aren’t around, she’s determined to have Carlos help her.
In a time of great expectation and pressure stemming from the traditions of his upbringing, Aris-a gay Muslim teenager living in rural Indonesia-finds himself increasingly drawn to his well-traveled English teacher despite his upcoming marital preparations to a woman he harbors no romantic feelin...