Drama • R • 2018 • 1 hr 55 min
Really eye-opening about the whole "conversion therapy" thing. It's friking nonsense.
raw take on conversion camps. really brought the emotions out. loved troye sivan too
An intimate portrait of a family's struggle with a child's sexual identity.
I really liked this.. very well acted and I really connected with the main character.
A very beautiful potent retelling of the book, keeps it fresh without compromising too much of the source material.
Hard to watch but an important story to see
A powerful drama that is enhanced by moving performances from the entire cast. It unmasks the horrors of conversion therapy.
Heartbreaking true story. How is conversion “therapy” still legal in some states?! At least this story has a happy ending. Excellent acting
Gorgeous film. Wished it had been a little more climatic, but overall very good!
This was a good movie with important lessons, and you should watch it, but the ending felt incomplete to me and unsatisfactory
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