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For the 2006 Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode, see Tru Love
Tru Loved

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Directed by Stewart Wade
Produced by David Avallone, producer
Eric Borsum,
  executive producer
Antonio Brown, producer
Elaine Hendrix,
  co-producer
Eric Miller,
  executive producer
Stewart Wade, producer
Written by Stewart Wade
Starring Jake Abel
Peter Bedard
Howard Booth
Tony Brown
Matthew Miles Carter
Jay Costelo
Morgan Early
Bryan Erickson
Ellie Gerber
Isabelle Gunning
Jasmine Guy
Elaine Hendrix
Katta Hules
Brad Hunter
Cody Kennedy
Derek Kokinda
David Kopay
Jane Lynch
Alec Mapa
Nichelle Nichols
Tye Olson
Alexandra Paul
Scott Presley
Shani Pride
Jennifer Riker
Thomas Saunders
Jenn Shagrin
Joseph Julian Soria
Matthew Thompson
Najarra Townsend
Bruce Vilanch
Marcia Wallace
Vernon Wells
Cynda Williams
Cinematography Howard Wexler
Editing by David Avallone
Studio BrownBag Productions (II)
Tru Loved
Distributed by Regent Releasing
here! Films
Release date(s) 28 February 2008
Running time 102
Country United States
Language English

Tru Loved (2008) is an independent feature film.

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Plot

The title character, Tru (Najarra Townsend), moves from San Francisco with her two lesbian mothers to a conservative suburb in Southern California. She struggles to fit in at her new high school, but finds that difficult. Her only friend is a closeted football player who is threatened by Tru and other students forming a Gay Straight Alliance.

Reception

The film premiered at the Sedona Film Festival on 28 February 2008 and at the Frameline Film Festival on 21 June 2008. The film went into limited national release on 17 October 2008. The film won 14 awards at six film festivals.

Film critic Roger Ebert caused a controversy when his published review of the film revealed that he stopped watching after only eight minutes. He has since watched and reviewed the entire film and promised to never review a film he has not seen "in its entirety. Never. Ever."[1]

References

  1. ^ Ebert, Roger (21 October 2008). "Definitely read me second". Roger Ebert's Journal. Sun-Times News Group. http://blogs.suntimes.com/ebert/2008/10/definitely_read_me_second.html. Retrieved 7 March 2009.  

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