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Chrissy Judy

USA 2022
produced by
Todd Flaherty, Dane Agostinis, Robert M. Lohman, Tara Imperatore (executive), Seth Berg (executive), David Donaldson (executive), Gordon Pessano (executive) for Undetectable Productions
directed by Todd Flaherty
starring Todd Flaherty, Wyatt Fenner, Joey Taranto, James Tison, Kiyon Spencer, Joćo Pedro Santos, Deon Oliverio, Dito Van Reigersberg, Nicole Spiezio, Olivia Oguma, David Gow, Nicholas Mongiardo-Cooper, Bobbie Joan Lowe, Cole Whittington, Brad Landers, Michael Meyers, Cipriano De Haro, Billy Potvin, Coldy Sullivan, Ryan Landry
written by Todd Flaherty, music supervisor: Crystal Grooms Mangano

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Best friends Judy (Todd Flaherty) and Chrissy (Wyatt Fenner) have risen to modest fame in New York as a duo of drag performers - but then Chrissy moves to Philadelphia to be with his boyfriend Shawn (Kiyon Spencer), leaving Judy to fend for himself - and Judy soon comes to the realisation that without Chrissy the show isn't the same anymore. And that it's summer and even the usually bustling New York scene is almost dead doesn't help. But instead of working to improve himself, self-centered Judy blames everything on everyone else, which leads him to making one mistake after the next, including having sex with the boyfriend (Joey Taranto) of a friend (James Tison) who has just secured him a gig, getting into a fight with Chrissy, insulting Shawn, and alienating most of his friends. It's only when he out of necessity accepts a job as houseboy at a gay bed and breakfast for the summer that he begins to see light ...


Now of course, it doesn't hurt to enjoy drag performances when watching this film - but at the same time it's not an absolute necessity as the film is not so much about the showbusiness side of its story as it's about finding oneself, and based on that the road to reinvention. And a very empathetic script with rounded out characters rather than gay stereotypes achieves just that, helped by a directorial effort stubtle enough despite its camp subject matter, and by a strong ensemble cast - and the outcome is actually a pretty awesome watch.


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