#SuperGayShorts Film Reviews: Tracks directed by Deana Williams

Once upon a time, there was a young runaway named Julie who lived in the forest. One day, the dashing and athletic Tasha walks into Julie’s outdoor hideaway. It’s a classic love story: boi meets boi. Julie and Tasha share a pure, first true love but will they be able to hang on to it?

Tracks,  by Deana Williams, explores the less than perfect love story of two less than perfect girls. Julie has a strained relationship with her mother. Tasha was sent to live with her grandmother, a fervent Bible beater, until she “changes her ways”.  Both girls seem to find the home they’re looking for in each other. This movie explores a moment in time that will resonate through the lives of Julie and Tasha forever.

Check it out below:

Don’t forget to check out our interview with the director Deana Williams as part of our 10 Things to Know Series.

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