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Alone With People by Drew Van Steenbergen

Alone With People by Drew Van Steenbergen

A young woman sees a therapist for help coming out to her family. Her dad's reaction is priceless. Best dad ever at 8:07…

When comedian Quinn Marcus was 15-years-old, she came out to her family and friends. And now that life-changing experience is serving as the inspiration for Drew Van Steenbergen’s short, “Alone With People.”

In the film, Quinn plays Andie, a high school girl growing up gay in the South. Through conversations she has with an open-minded therapist — ranging from hilarious to brutally honest — she finds the strength to come out to her friends and family in this coming-of-age, coming-of-gay story.




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