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Zerophilia

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:October 13, 2006
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:Taylor Handley, Rebecca Mozo, Dustin Seavey, Alison Folland, Gina Bellman
Director:Martin Curland
Producer:Martin Curland, Alan Grossbard, Gregory J. Lanesey, Matt Radecki, Jay Whitney Brown
Writer:Martin Curland
Distributor:Microangelo Entertainment

Description: Luke, an inexperienced young college student, has a random first sexual encounter while camping. This triggers his rare genetic condition, Zerophilia, which will soon force him to confront his deepest insecurities about his masculinity and sexuality. As Luke's gender options increase by one, insecurities about his masculinity increase by one million. For some, the lines separating friendship and love, admiration and attraction, occasionally blur. For Luke, they disappear. Join Luke as he journeys into the extraordinary world of Zerophilia, where people change gender at will -- and occasionally against it.

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