17-year old Simon is holding on to a secret he’s not sure he’ll ever be ready to reveal.
Simon is gay. He’s cool with it. But he hasn’t told anyone.
As Simon gets older and wants to explore that side of himself, he feels stuck by finding the right moment to come out. His secret is making him feel separate from the rest of the world, but taking the big step of coming out feels impossible.
Enjoying the anonymity of the online world, Simon can be himself and be open about his sexuality. He comes across another guy going by the name of Blue. The two start talking regularly, and even develop an online relationship.
As Simon tries to figure out who Blue is, another schoolmate threatens to out Simon before he’s ready, forcing him into a blackmail situation to try and keep his secret.
From the people who brought you The Fault in Our Stars, Love, Simon is an hilarious and heart-felt coming-of-age film every teenager will feel an affinity for.
Starring Nick Robinson (Jurassic World), Katherine Langford (13 Reasons Why) and Jennifer Garner (Juno), Love, Simon is based on the novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli.
- Release date: 6th Apr 2018
- Running time: 1hr 50mins
- Director: Greg Berlanti
- Cast: Katherine Langford, Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner, Josh Duhamel
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