Fruit Fly (2009)

Fruit Fly (2009)
 

Director H.P. Mendoza

Writer H.P. Mendoza

Genre Comedy, Musical

Year 2009

Actors L.A. Renigen, Mike Curtis, Theresa Navarro, Aaron Zaragoza

IMDB : 5.8 (161 votes)


 

Description Filipina performance artist Bethesda moves into an art commune to search for her long missing biological mother. Along the way, she comes to realize that she just might be a fairy princess, fag hag, fruit fly.

Comments

  • NeccoGelfling 2012-04-19 02:16:50
    This movie is great, especially if you like queer cinema, indies, musicals, and stories that are more concerned with emotional realism than a dramatic story arc (and, of course, if you're a Colma fan). It's on Netflix and Amazon Instant now!
  • harish iyer 2010-06-16 14:48:46
    watched this film .. at the kashish international film festival in MUmbai, India. should say, this is one of the few fantastic movies i have seen in recent times. :) a classic.
  • djmixnmagic 2010-05-22 18:07:51
    When does this come out on DVD!!! I'm dying!
  • chadarnookie 2009-06-08 08:45:03
    I saw this tonight at SIFF, and it was an absolute joy, and was very, very funny.
  • Valdez B 2009-04-25 03:48:32
    Can't wait to see this movie!
  • phantomsdaydreams 2009-04-21 21:07:17
    Any DVD release planned?

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