When writing my review for Love, Simon I couldn’t stop thinking about a moment in the film where the audience reaction was so surprising, powerful, and fitting that not only did it enhance the moment itself but it says something about queer film and todays society.
When that secret is threatened, Simon must face everyone and come to terms with his identity. The scene in question took place between Simon and his mother, Emily, portrayed by Jennifer Garner. With Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner, Josh Duhamel, Katherine Langford. Katherine Langford, who plays Leah, read the script for Love, Simon while filming the first season of 13 Reasons Why and was drawn to the love story.
Directed by Greg Berlanti. In Love, Simon, Simon's gayness is front and center, right in the first lines of the movie's dialogue.
While the entire Love Simon was a rollercoaster of emotions (or should we say ferris wheel), this deleted scene HURTS.
AT THE DISCO POSTERS AND THERE WAS A CLIP OF THEM GUSHING OVER BRENDON URIE LIKE SAME — allie // july 11 (@dunssalutations) March 11, 2018 .
Simon had already come out to his family, but it …
When Love, Simon — the film adaptation of Becky Albertalli's YA novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda — was released in March 2018, it was the culmination of a months-long love … the fact i was intimately familiar with the exact brendon urie video they showed in love simon. But the conflict isn't "how will this poor tortured homosexual live his poor tortured life?," it's whether Simon can accept himself and move confidently into his adult life as a gay man. BuzzFeed premiered the scene, which shows Simon ( Nick Robinson ) coming home drunk from a bar, having an argument with his mum Emily ( Jennifer Garner ). Set in Atlanta, Love, Simon was shot in and around the Georgia capitol. says a lot about me — love, ryn (@gyllnehaals) March 18, 2018 The film will be available digitally today and on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD June 12. LOVE SIMON HAD A TON OF PANIC! 'Love, Simon' stars, director on the movie's important impact and the scene that had everyone in tears Directed by Greg Berlanti, 'Love, Simon' is a movie about a gay teenager.
Nick takes Simon on a special adventure in this deleted scene from the hit gay comedy Love, Simon. 5.
Also Read: 'Love, Simon' Film Review: Cute Coming-Out Tale Gives Gay Teens Their John Hughes Moment The scene is a bittersweet post-mortem after Simon … Simon Spier keeps a huge secret from his family, his friends and all of his classmates: he's gay. HEAVY SPOILERS FOR LOVE, SIMON TO FOLLOW.