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WATCH: High-School Jock Gets Dis-“Oriented” In Joel Schumacher Short “Man In The Mirror”

PBS launched its first online film festival this month and a number of the featured shorts address issues relating to the LGBT experience. In “Man in the Mirror,” above, a Puerto Rican high-schooler in New York sees his status as a popular jock threatened by rumors that he’s gay. Is it just idle gossip or is Jason not the man he sees in the mirror?

Sponsored by Scenarios USA, which connects aspiring filmmakers with established talents, “Man in the Mirror was written by Treviny Marie Colon and directed by legendary out helmer Joel Schumacher (St. Elmo’s FireBatman Forever). Other noteworthy entries include “This Gay and Age” and “Sunshine: Single Dads,” a short about a single gay father that debuts on the site next week.

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6 Comments

  • Katt

    That was pretty kool!

  • bobby

    the ending sucked ass but the whole thing was awesome

  • Zack

    it hurt to watch the ending

  • Josh

    God, the dialogue was painful. The lead character was pretty great though.

  • Dwight

    Not bad, terrible acting though! I actually liked the ending it ended how shorts should end leaving you wanting more.

  • lookyloo

    Ick. Not good at all.
    A respectable, professional, well known director did this?!? Yikes.

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