The All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival (aGLIFF) presents Dramarama, the nostalgic coming-of-age debut feature from director Jonathan Wysocki as part of aGLIFF 33: Prism. This screening is presented by therepubliq.
91 minutes | United States | 2020 | English
Director: Jonathan Wysocki
A last party between lifelong theater geek friends before they scatter to college reveals just how much they don’t know about one another in writer/director Jonathan Wysocki’s warm, funny, and ultimately moving coming-of-age dramedy. Gene (Nick Pugliese) frets with coming clean about a long-withheld secret, but he is not the only one hiding something. Set in 1994, a mixed-gender group that is largely Christian, Dramarama engagingly depicts the jealousy and competition that exists among even the tightest friends but also the love that makes them closer than family. Pugliese and Danielle Kay as Ally are standouts as the most self-aware amongst a quintet of naïve teenagers for whom murder mystery role-playing games and sparkling cider are the height of adult sophistication.
aGLIFF 33: Prism WILL BE VIRTUAL! aGLIFF‘s 33rd annual film festival will be held over TWO WEEKENDS — AUGUST 6-9 AND AUGUST 13-16 — and feature over 50 feature and short films showcasing the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community.
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