Teens Like Phil (2012)

Teens Like Phil (2012)

Director Dominic Haxton, David Rosler

Writer Dominic Haxton, Cherise Pascual, David Rosler (original story)

Genre Short, Drama

Year 2012

Actors Adam Donovan, Jake Robbins, Margie Ferris, Bart Shatto

IMDB : 6.0 (397 votes)


Description Phil, a shy, insecure teenager growing up in a affluent suburb, is trapped in the painful throes of adolescence. He's struggling to come to terms with his sexuality. At his elite private school, Phil is picked on by his former friend and love interest, Adam. Adam frequently lashes out with violence against Phil and enjoys humiliating him in the locker room. As the bullying intensifies, both at school and at home, the back story of Phil and Adam's ill-fated relationship is revealed, leading to a horrific final assault.


  • samzzz 2017-03-15 16:19:12
    There are so much nice people here in the comment section. Lol, I want online gay friends. I'm a bisexual 14-year-old boy.
  • Adelyn Smith 2017-03-15 00:44:48
    this actually made me start sobbing
  • borealis fever 2017-03-14 16:55:09
    Great short
  • Royale Gaming 2017-03-13 21:17:36
  • Lee Evans 2017-03-13 13:47:11
    Don't be a Victim , Fight Back,
  • average meme 2017-03-13 00:43:46
    I know this is deep and I love the video. but when I was the tittle and it said Phil on it I immediately thought amazingphil. I ruined the whole suspect of the video sorry.
  • Rajkhowa Bikash 2017-03-12 18:35:01
  • nanda kanda 2017-03-12 09:09:33
    I have a feeling guys bully gays because they are scared of being liked by them...
  • Random Doodler \ EmberCat12 2017-03-12 06:54:02
    I'm trans, and now I'm crying, because I'm soooo fucking scared this will happen to me. I don't want it to happen to me.....Why is the world so goddamn homophobic?
  • Brandon Mooney 2017-03-10 04:33:51
    I am gay, proud to be gay
  • Sam Schultheis 2017-03-07 02:03:44
    People who say it's against god to be gay, well god made us. Why would he make something just to hate it.
  • Savage Cubing Bros 2017-03-06 13:36:32
    Only bullies would dislike this
  • Alexis Manidis 2017-03-05 22:00:14
    does anyone know the voice at the backround ?
  • Asha Lyons 2017-03-05 05:42:02
    Beautiful i love this
  • Donald Edward 2017-03-04 21:43:02
    Some people love to hurt others because of a personal defect within themselves. If they didn't have gay men and women to hurt they would pick on people because of their color or size or ethnicity or for any reason at all. Think about it. Hating gays began way back when the Jewish tribes decided that a bigger tribe had a better chance against other tribes or nations because they lived in a dangerous area of the world at a dangerous time in history. The Christians copied the Jews and the Moslems copied both of them. I can accept that being gay is as natural as being heterosexual but then I am fairly bright thoughtful kind of person. I accept that there are others who had different upbringing to myself who are less bright or less thoughtful than I but what I cannot accept is that they have to propitiate their neuroses by violence against other people sometimes since they are cowardly as a group.
  • Violet Jean Garcia 2017-03-04 20:42:07
    when I was young I tried to suicide because I was a transsexual girl I thought I Ll be forever a boy that scared me so bad I always feelt as a girl, and after tries it i never did it again and with the time i became a beautiful lady that I'm so proud to be.. so now I know the victory is only for the wants can resist and wait with hope..
  • Saptarshi Roychowdhury 2017-03-04 20:04:31
    tears came rolling down automatically! what a movie! We pledge support all who are tortured everyday, great piece of art
  • Novo Eduardo AC 2017-03-04 14:41:00
    Things don't actually happen like this in real life
  • dan bisson 2017-03-03 22:01:06
    well made film
  • Roosvelt Portela 2017-03-02 18:12:52
    ¡¡all right... open mind!!

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