A fun, breezy film about tolerance, acceptance and the struggle for identity where an eleven year old unwittingly teaches adults more about themselves and their sexuality than they would care to know.
Eric McNally is a legendary ice hockey player with a reputation for violence that comes back to hit him on the head and out of the game. Now, five years later, he is a TV sports caster who can barely bring himself to say he is gay, let alone publically acknowledge his partner, Sam. Then, out of the blue, the instantly lovable, boa-wearing, flamboyant orphan Scot pirouettes into their life and turns it upside down. Eric and Scot begin to begin to spend a lot of time together, and while Scot is more interested in Christmas carols and musicals than hockey, he is willing to try anything to please Eric.
- Reel to Real IFF – Youth Jury Best Picture Award and the Edith Lando Prize