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To celebrate Pride Month,every week of JuneJorgewill be highlighting the script of a movie that focuses on a different letter of the LGBT acronym.For "L",he looks back at one of the most touching family dramas of the past decade.

For years,one of the biggest goals of the LGBT community (although certainly not the only or the most important one) has been to be seen as peers by the rest of the world.As people that,albeit in a different manner,go through the same experiences and have the same types of feelings: growing pains,heartbreak,the ache to share our lives with someone special…

On film,this sentiment of "We're just like you"has been the most prevalent in family-focused narrative.The Kids Are All Rightmagnificently balances the act of showing a lesbian couple as readily familiar as any heterosexual marriage,while at the same time depicting struggles unique to them.Let's take a look at a breaking point in the story;a moment where this harmony between a pleasant exterior and the turbulence of the couple is broken,and how it looks in the page.Via a single strand of bright red hair...


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