Synopsis by Mark Deming
A handful of budding queer activists are mad as hell and not going to take it anymore in this comedy drama from filmmaker Everett Lewis. India (Joe Lia) is a handsome young runaway who has arrived in Los Angeles after fleeing the small Colorado town where he was born and raised. India is hoping that L.A. will be a more tolerant environment after anti-gay attitudes drove him away from his hometown, but he discovers that's not the case when he is soon forced to square off against a pair of homophobic goons. But India is fortunate enough to be rescued by Destiny (Allan Louis), a drag queen determined to make the world safe for sexual outsiders of all stripes. Traveling with a crew of men and women determined to live and love as they please, Destiny invites India to join him as they take on uptight and violent straights wherever they find them, eager to express affection as they wish without accepting the role of victim that many are eager to hang on them.
drag [cross-dressing], drag-queen, gay-bashing, gender, homophobia, lesbianism, runaway [from home], sexual-identity