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Blackbird

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The story of a gay high school student and his friends in small town America. A young singer struggles with his sexuality and the treatment of others while coming of age in a small Southern Baptist community.
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Washington Post
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April 23, 2015

Anything that can go wrong, will - often in spectacular fashion.
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Film Journal International
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April 24, 2015

Patrik-Ian Polk makes a huge artistic leap with this deeply affecting, funny and original peek at one confused youth's coming out process.
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Slant Magazine
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April 22, 2015

The film is, like its main character, too naïve to understand or, at least, to deploy the reparative powers of camp.
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New York Times
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April 26, 2015

Despite its sense of mission, the film suffers from soapy excesses and narrative disjunctures.
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The Dissolve
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April 23, 2015

At no point does anyone in the film even vaguely resemble an actual 21st-century teenager; when these kids text each other, it comes across like science fiction.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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April 23, 2015

Director Patrik-Ian Polk makes the ending a little too pat, but he makes us root for these characters to be happy, and for their world to be a better place.
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Baret News
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April 23, 2015

A gospel-driven cross of Precious and Rent, only set in a sleepy Southern town that time forgot instead of New York City.
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