Comedy • R • 1996 • 1 hr 32 min
Lovely characters, it shows queer films don't need to have a bad ending.
It’s cute but most gay people I know love it a lot more than I do?
One of the few lgbtq+ movies that end happily. Pleasure to watch.
Sort of a TV film, something of a casual watch, but still a nice story.
It’s looks simple and blasé but at its heart this story is deeply beautiful and incredibly well told
This was actually really cute, I was put off by the other minor characters at times tho
it's quite uplifting, and a positive movie. not my cup of tea though, too unrealistic, and it did leave me wanting more answers
Feel-good, positive film.
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