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50 Ways of Saying Fabulous [DVD] [English] [2005]
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Overview

Special Features

  • Audio commentary by director Stewart Main and editor Peter Roberts (full length)
  • Audio commentary by Andrew Patterson, Harriet Beattie, Jay Collins (full length)
  • Audio commentary (sharing their real growing experiences) by Andrew Patterson, Harriet Beattie, Jay Collins
  • Original critical essay by Graeme Aitlen (author of the original novel by the same title)
  • The making of "The Filming of 50 Ways"
  • Photo gallery
  • Weblinks
  • Closed Captioned

Synopsis

50 Ways of Saying Fabulous
A boy has to decide just how far he's willing to go to maintain a new friendship in this offbeat coming of age-drama. Billy (Andrew Paterson) is a 12-year-old boy growing up in a farming community in New Zealand in the '70s. Billy's slight weight problem, his flamboyant personality, and his fondness for costume play has made him a target for bullies at his one-room school, and his only friend is Lou (Harriet Beattie), his tomboy cousin who prefers to play football with the boys and is dreading the onset of adolescence. As Billy resigns himself to his status as an outcast, he's assigned a new deskmate -- a new arrival in town named Roy (Jay Collins). Roy is a few years older than Billy, and takes an immediate liking to him; however, while Billy is a bit fuzzy about the practicalities of being gay (something he's accused of on a regular basis), Roy seems to have a good bit of practical knowledge of the subject and seems keen on pursuing a physical relationship with his new pal. As Billy is torn between happiness at having a new friend and confusion about Roy's level of interest in him, he discovers Roy is also attracted to Jamie (Michael Dorman), who has just hired on to work at the farm owned by Billy's dad. 50 Ways of Saying Fabulous was given its North American premier at the 2005 Toronto Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Andrew Patterson - Billy
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    Harriet Beattie - Lou
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    Jay Collins - Roy
  • Michael Dorman
    Michael Dorman - Jamie
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