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Film Review - Anything's Possible


Billy Porter is a force of nature. He’s found incredible success in front of the camera, recently stealing scenes in “Cinderella,” and now he’s taking his energy behind one, making his directorial debut with “Anything’s Possible.” Porter’s habitual flamboyance is injected into a teen movie written by Ximena Garcia Lecuona, and one that rides the line between an average study of adolescent love during the pressures of senior year performance and a look at the caution that arises when it comes to the complications of attraction. “Anything’s Possible” isn’t interested in a melodramatic examination of gender and hallway power plays, with Porter trying to capture the thrill of attraction and all the challenges it requires. The material attempts to represent a more inclusive vision of romance and relationships, and while formula is often present to get from one side of the story to the other, Porter and Lecuona stay positive and respectful with this examination of self-esteem. Read the rest at


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