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A young Mexican man comes out, sharing his struggles with religion, internalized homophobia, and insecurity, but ultimately finds self acceptance. ​

(Director Jacob Charton used this short film as a way to come out to his parents, family, and friends.)

Creator
Santa Clarita, CA, USA
JACOB CHARTON is a 24-year-old queer Mexican Jewish filmmaker and photographer in Los Angeles. Jacob directs, writes, and edits. His films are soft, emotional portraits exploring identity, love, and heritage. His photographs are of LA artists, shot on 35mm film. He adores Xavier Dolan’s Mommy, Sofia Coppola, Beach House, stickers, and neon lights. more...

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