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Featured at this year's Inside Out movie festival, Heather Tobin's Route of Acceptance was a major disappointment, considering that the film's idea of destiny had potential and should have been an exemplary movie for its LGBT genre. Amongst its shortcomings was a performance delivery that was inconsistent and often difficult to bare. This was made worse when the crux of the storyline was fully lost by the film's conclusion.The storyline follows high school student and aspiring movie writer, Ryan Stark (Emily Alatalo), who is faced with indecision as she mulls over her acceptance into three post-secondary institutions; every of which showcase a distinct future for Ryan, ultimately leading her down three separate life paths.What the movie did well was normalize Ryan as a lesbian protagonist. It did not waste time with an exhausted story revolving around a coming-out narrative; Ryan was simply a well-adjusted teen who happened to be a lesbian; struggling with the common decisions many students her age are faced with. Had the rest of the storyline not fallen apart, it truly should have commendable movie for the LGBT genre.Where the movie began to fall short was in its performances. Right out of the gate, the acting was uncomfortable to watch. There were very several scenes that were well executed, as most were filled with dialogue that was unnatural and over-acted ...never mind the number of irrelevant, lengthy montages that plagued this film from beginning to finish. Amongst the film's strengths, however, were the performances given by its sub-plot characters; Maddie Kendall (Rae Maxwell) who consistently delivered and proved capable of evoking emotion from the Inside Out audience, Dave Sweeney (Wade Gamble) who also did an exceptional job for the tiny role he was given as Ryan's one-night-stand, and even Emily Abbot (Yvonne Gauthier) had her moments as a believable love interest, though a bizarre choice to be cast as the pretty bombshell hero that the movie tried to portray her to be -- mostly by explicitly stating it over and over.The film's idea had plenty of potential for its lead hero to be enlightened by the every of the future paths, however, it is unclear how Ryan is experiencing every future sequence to eventually come to the decision she does in the end. This failure leaves the entire crux of the film to be based on a brief and uninspiring discussion that Ryan has with her mates at a pseudo-gym when they convince her to (***spoiler alert!***) not go to any of the schools and, instead, take her mom travelling. This, of course, means that the previous hundred or so mins of plot were irrelevant because Ryan, herself, did not now experience any of it. What should have made the story stronger was if Ryan was able to observe every future path to some capacity. Furthermore, if there had been a common thread to url every scenario, there would have been a sense of destiny. It would seem that the movie made a low attempt to tie the commonality of Ryan's mother's death in every of the three outcomes, however, her mother's passing had seemingly no affect on Ryan's future, as there was no apparent bond between her and her mother throughout the movie at all. In fact, the mother only reappears briefly in one of the three scenarios, just prior to her own funeral -- and even then, it is not obvious that it was the mother who had passed until a headcount of the film's characters is conducted. The movie also tried to portray an attraction between Ryan and Emily in every outcome, however, the chemistry between the two is poorly accomplished and difficult to swallow. As it was, Ryan does not select a future with Emily in the end, leaving other occasion to demonstrate destiny, lost.In short, this movie is a flop. It is credited only for normalizing a lesbian teen as its lead and for its sub-plot characters that prove they can act. Its story was fuelled with potential to demonstrate that one's destiny is inevitable, but unfortunately misses the tag by a long-shot.
This movie says the storyline of a young lesbian called Ryan, who has to decide which three college offers to accept. The storyline then branches out to three various alternate universes, with Ryan leading various lives. The plot is engaging and well told. The three alternate universes have all got interesting plots, and it does provoke viewers to think that every tiny life choice we create can have profound results on the future.For an independent film, "Route of Acceptance" has high production quality. From camera work, sets, lighting and costumes they consistently look very good. I hope "Route of Acceptance" will reach a wider audience, enabling more folks to appreciate it.
Saw this at the Kashish Mumbai Queer Movie Festival 2013 and quite enjoyed it. The film has an element of suspense to it because it takes you a while to figure out where it's going and what's going on. It offers up three alternative realities in the life of a young lesbian, which is something that takes a while to sink in. At first you might think they were one reality and she's now having parallel relationships with a range of people. My god, you think, this woman is really promiscuous (especially for a lesbian). Then it dawns that she's not have three affairs (or four, if you contain a guy who she gets pregnant by), but these are alternative lives, depending on which college she picks as a 17 year old. Whew ! What a concept.
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