You Should Meet My Son
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You Should Meet My Son!

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ActorsJoanne McGee, Carol Goans, Stewart Carrico

DirectorKeith Hartman

From Gay Essential

The Winner of 14 festival Awards nine of which were for Best Picture, You Should Meet My Son! was written and directed by Keith Hartman. Filmed in Los Angeles, USA, the film stars Joanne McGee, Carol Goans and Stewart Carrico. Read More Here

Winner of 14 international film awards including ” BEST PICTURE”, “BEST PERFORMANCE” and “BEST COMEDY”

““I have never seen another movie in this budget range that is nearly this good.”
   AfterElton.com

“This is the best gay comedy I’ve seen in years.”
   OutFilms

“One can not remember a gay comedy this inspired, clever, and dead on accurate in years. This new low budget indie feature will soon become a classic in the annals of gay cinema.”
   Los Angeles Examiner

Features:

  • Format: Colour, Closed-captioned, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, German
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Waltzing Penguin Productions
  • Run Time: 86 minutes

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Reviews

  1. :

    I really enjoyed this thanks to the humourous dialogue and the brilliant performances from the 2 leading ladies – Mom Mae and Aunt Rose. A little over the top in every sense but still really funny and likeable! Plot is basically Mom and Aunt trying to find nice girl (and then nice boy) for the son/nephew they are devoted to. Their search takes in propositioning delivery boys, the internet, a gay club and diva drag queens! With plenty of witty lines & visual humour along the way.

  2. :

    This movie was not what I expected. I had expected a film about a matchmaking mom trying to find love for her son. I knew it would be a cute, sweet movie. What I got was a lovely film that takes the viewer through a mother’s efforts to understand her gay son and finding herself along the way. It was funny, sweet, poignant and uplifting. I absolutely loved the Auntie Mame homage and would definitely recommend this movie.

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