Love Is All You Need? (2011)

Love Is All You Need? (2011)

Director Kim Rocco Shields

Writer Kim Rocco Shields (story), Kim Rocco Shields, David Tillman

Genre Short, Drama

Year 2011

Actors Louis Bottino, C. Ashleigh Caldwell, Patrick Charles, Brian Deming

IMDB : 7.6 (686 votes)


Description The story of a bullied young teen who lives in a world where heterosexuality is considered immoral.


  • fullmetalfan2 2012-10-04 23:18:19
    How about you watch something that isn't a pile of shit?
  • fullmetalfan2 2012-10-04 23:17:48
    "In a world where Gay is Normal" oh fuck everything about you people. you are disgusting on every conceivable level.
  • oytrontario 2012-09-04 03:39:19
    trolling. dislike.
  • sarah says 2012-09-03 17:46:29
    where can i see/download this
  • omjYoamf kjsmcoafo 2012-08-25 15:00:38
    Can you please tell me where can i watch or download this movie? I think idea is brilliant.I just need to watch it :)
  • Misia L 2012-08-22 16:32:17
    is there any chance to see the movie on the Internet?
  • Claire Pryer 2012-08-06 08:37:20
    Agreed. Brilliant, phenomenal.
  • Beyondmybreath 2012-08-04 22:06:33
    Will this film ever come in Italy? I really hope so...maybe it could change people's homophobic visions in here.
  • xxtiaan 2012-08-04 13:20:49
    I appreciate what the film makers are trying to do, but simply "flipping" hetero and homo roles is reductive, simplistic and opens up a whole can of gender/political worms that I highly doubt will even be addressed let alone discussed or solved in a movie such as this. Films like this are just preaching to the choir. Some small town hick christian bully isnt going to watch this and have an epiphany. Hell, they arent going to see this full stop as it seems to be playing LBGT film festivals....
  • Loves Garan 2012-08-01 23:03:20
    Please bring this to the Philippines.
  • Josh Barrett 2012-07-28 04:01:41
    THIS NEEDS TO COME TO ROCHESTER NY! Like people need to see this, it needs to be played in churches, towns and city halls
  • zkoehn1 2012-07-26 21:16:56
    Is there any way to buy a copy just to watch?
  • More Pardo 2012-07-25 04:50:53
    PLEASE bring this movie to Argentina! You can apply to participate at the BAFICI Festival in Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente). It's an independent film festival. Also you could try Mar del Plata Film Festival, which is more mainstream, but still could do. PLEASE GUYS!
  • erik corona 2012-07-24 07:16:11
    Prayers for Bobby. The Laramie Project. 8. Glee. Two Spirits. The It Gets Better Project: Countless experiences of what it was like being bullied, and friends who were killed. Second Class. For the Bible Tells me so. Boys Don't cry. Broke Back Mountain. C.R.A.Z.Y. Outrage. Before Stonewall. Latter Days ( this one is a comedy, but still touches ground on the extremes most churches would go to.) The Gymnast. Burnt Money. Save Me. The Christine Jorgensen story. HATE CRIME. I can go on forever.
  • erik corona 2012-07-24 06:59:47
    But, there will be those that will start to sympathize with homosexuals. And I agree with @welpify: People don't care if it has no direct connection to them personally. And @ObscruityUnrated? Either you're the same guy or you stole that entire paragraph from the Tumblr post about this movie. Really? Plagiarism. Is. A. Crime. And I will restate: There are countless movies, plays, novels, and first hand experiences that depict homos being victimized. What more can we do?
  • erik corona 2012-07-24 06:55:46
    I have to say, to all the ones saying that there needs to be more movies about homosexuals being victimized: There are! There are countless movies, plays, novels, and first-hand experiences; and all that is preaching to the choir. I agree with these types of movies, and I am a homosexual myself. There is nothing wrong with showing heterosexuals what it's like through our eyes. Of course, there will be straight people who will still criticize this, and claim that it's "Gay Panic".
  • Link 2012-07-24 04:00:40
    But to be honest a lot of people are blind to things that don't directly affect them. If a heterosexual watches a movie about homosexual people getting bullied and then committing suicide, there is a chance that unless the person has a child or parent or someone similarly close person that is gay, the movie wont really get across quite the right message. Some people need things down on their level to understand what other people go through.
  • WindyCarnage 2012-07-24 03:58:14
    no. we desperately need to stop making movies about straight people and start talking about gay people. what you are literally saying is that its easier for straight people to sympathize with other straight people, which is saying that when straight people hear stories about gay people they dont /care/. i understand the plight, but what you are unconsciously doing is minimalizing the REAL, ACTUAL pain that NEEDS to be seen that gay people encounter.
  • MakaAlbarn 2012-07-24 03:28:43
    Actually, by reversing the roles, and making heterosexuals the victims, it creates a sense of sympathy in those who would previously not understand what it's like. We know that assault against the LGBT community is tragic and terrible, but to really drive the meaning/emotion deep, the majority needs to feel victimized in the same way as the minority. We have films of gays being bullied and killed; those are for those who agree and support. Now we need to plead to everyone else, with feeling.
  • 11newtown 2012-07-24 03:17:26
    This movie is gay as hell.

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