Someone Waits For Me

Tagline : How many years do you have left?

Runtime : 21 mins

Genre : Documentary

Budget : 25 thousand $ USD


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Plot : The story of five lesbian and gay seniors in the Northwest Florida region as they navigate coming out, identity, politics, and the challenges and victories inherent in the gay experience. The film weaves together interviews with fictionalized interludes of magical realism that capture their feelings and experiences.

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