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Dorian Blues

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy, Drama
Release Date:September 23, 2005
Running time:88 minutes
Cast:Michael McMillian, Lea Coco, Charles Fletcher, Mo Quigley, Austin Basis
Director:Tennyson Bardwell
Producer:Tennyson Bardwell, Portia Kamons, Mary-Beth Taylor Bardwell, Frank D'Andrea
Writer:Tennyson Bardwell
Distributor:TLA Releasing

Description: Anxiety is the main course for young Dorian Lagatos but these are not your average adolescence blues. Not only is he going through high school purgatory but also struggling to move out of the shadow of his star athlete brother while dueling with his domineering, homophobic father. Dorian, a self-described "stereotypical gay," is so horrified by his father's reaction he enlists his brother to help him "think straight". Acceptance, however, may lie only at the end of his journey through boozy counselors, swing-dancing strippers and sudden emotional discoveries. No one said "coming out" was easy.

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