In the small, predominantly working class town of Inniston, Ontario, Marc Hall is a high school senior with a promising future in his chosen career as lawyer. He is bright, well liked by his classmates and teachers, and quietly supported by his hard working parents, Audy and Emily Hall. He is also openly gay and attends St. Jude, a Catholic school. His cordial relationship with those in authority in his sphere of life is put to the test when he requests that his boyfriend Jason be his date to the graduation prom. That request is flatly denied by the school's hard nosed principal, Mr. Warrick. Despite seeing his prom as an important rite of passage, Marc refuses to go if he is denied this request. He is supported by his best friend Carly, who also refuses to go if Marc doesn't go. As such, Carly's boyfriend, Beau, mounts an online "support Marc" campaign with the help of the school's computer geeks. The online campaign and Marc's appeal to the Catholic School Board catches the ... Written by
Will "Cinderfella" make it to the prom on time?
Did You Know?
Aaron Ashmore (Marc Hall) went famous worldwide as Jimmy Olsen on a popular TV series Smallville starring Tom Welling.Aaron and Shawn Ashmore are identical twins.His brother Shawn is best known as Bobby/Iceman on a film X-Men and the following 2 sequels. See more
[Marc is on the stand in court
I've learned a lot this last little while.
[Marc looks pointedly at Winn
How people try and change you and make you into something that you're not. Re-create you in their own image to make them feel better about who they are.
[Marc looks at his parents
And I am just grateful for the people in my life who let me be who I am. Taught me to stand up for what is right and what is true.
[Marc tries to hold back tears as he looks at Jason
And I only regret that... that I...
The scenes depicting Marc Hall, his family and lawyer are based upon a true story. Other characters, names, events and places are entirely fictional or representative... they've been altered to make you LAUGH. See more
References Night of the Living Dead
Lord of the Dance
Words: Sydney Carter
Music: 19th century Shaker tune; adapted by Sydney Carter
Words & Music (c) 1963 by Stainer & Bell Ltd. (admin by Hope Publishing Co.)
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