Moise Capalb, Joshua Diaz, Mardi Edge, Laura Rigon, Erin Font
“No matter who you are, if the things you want to change are worth changing, then you’ve already got that power.” In Australia, as well as around the world, marriage equality and same sex marriages are hot button issues. First time director Rhiannon Williams brings the audience into the world of six young men and women as they make the decision to come out and reveal who they truly are to the world. They not only have to battle with their own self-esteem and identity issues, but they must bare their souls to their inner circle, dealing with anger, frustration, resentments, prejudices and outright hatred.
SOMEWHERE OVER THAT RAINBOW brings the audience into the world of these young people struggling with revealing their true identities to the closest people in their lives. It is moving. Heart wrenching. And beautiful. This is a must-see film.