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Sweet, well-intended comedy/drama examining sexuality and love
Sweet, well-intended comedy/drama examining sexuality and love.
A company comes out with a pill to make gay men straight and Tim (a very good Jonathan Slavin) decides to try it, since there is a painful lack of romance in his life as a gay man, while a number smart women seem to like him.
This leads to all sorts of complications, hurt feelings, lost friendships.
Some of this is clunky, the plot relying a bit heavily on some thin ideas, cliché characters, and big coincidences.
But it has a good heart, nice performances and ultimately is a real affirmation of self- acceptance, without pretending that is always an easy thing.
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