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terry

It's not easy being green.

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Chris

Great movie!!! The bittersweetness of it all is very real.

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Ray

Nice movie. Ending left me a little strung, but it errs a bit on the side of a harsh reality for many Queer People of Color.

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Julian Kirk

Yes! He's right, sometimes we have to give up somethings, to follow our dreams.

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Alex

Good

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