Starring James Franco and Zachary Quinto. Directed by Justin Kelly.
This one is quite taxing and, frankly, a difficult sit. It is based on the true story of Michael Glatze (James Franco) who has an intimate relationship with his boyfriend Bennett (Zachary Quinto) in several happy, often explicit scenes. But one day Michael begins to doubt his own sexuality upon meeting a beautiful girl (Emma Roberts from Nerve) and identifies himself as heterosexual eventually. Bennett is devastated and cannot understand that sexuality can change. This at times awkward and often preachy film explores Michael’s identity crisis. Only recommended if you have had serious issues with your own sexuality. It often feels patronising with heavy-handed direction.