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I liked that the movie treated the whole pregnancy thing as normal, without a stereotypical story line. I enjoyed the lead actors very much. Though I wasn’t familiar with Jacob York I liked his expressiveness. I listen to a lot of audio books and have always been excited to find a Charlie David narrated book. I love his voice.
I would recommend this LBGTQ movie to anyone who loves a good story and a happy ending.