FAQs (2006)





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A vigilante drag queen, Destiny, takes in India, a homeless teenage run-away, after saving him from a queer bashing. Together with Destiny's other "rainbow child," Lester, they live together and become a family. After "working all day to put food on the table," Destiny "drags" up and with her silver pistol, patrols the streets of West Hollywood protecting "her children" and "other people's children" from the straight jocks who chase gays for fun or bash them for the rush. Against this unconventional setup but fully functioning "queer family" will India find true love or forever be a "cute one night stand?" Will Lester find a girlfriend and shave her legs and will Destiny find herself a man?
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Allan Louis
as Destiny
Joe Lia
as India
Minerva Vier
as Lester
Joshua Paul
as Quentin
Vince Parenti
as Officer Vic Damone
Art Roberts
as Pornographer
Tara Nova
as Matinee
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Critic Reviews for FAQs

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2)

The campier aspects of the film are not enough to make up for its lapses into melodrama and just plain silliness.

Full Review… | February 3, 2006
Los Angeles Times
Top Critic

The dialogue is blunter, and harder for his amateur cast to pull off, while Lewis' stridency, however justified, ultimately jars against the film's tender, all-is-love fantasia.

Full Review… | February 2, 2006
L.A. Weekly
Top Critic

As with Luster, Lewis' authentic tone, engaging cast and strong use of settings just about make up for his over-serious scripting.

Full Review… | March 1, 2006
Shadows on the Wall

Audience Reviews for FAQs

One of those independent gay films that take place in a dark place where gay people are this gang that has to look out for eachother because the straights are out to get them. Usually I can't stand them but this was alright.

Sunil Jawahir
Sunil Jawahir

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In the category of gay movies, this one is pretty good. Mainstream movies tend to be the same story over and over again. How many more times can I sit through boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy wins back girl. From my experiences, this movie is very accurate. In the Gay world, it is often, boy has sex with boy, then finds out there is more to the boy and falls in love. The characters are interesting and attractive. The story is slow in some parts, and leaps are taken to move it along, but overall it is a good movie and I recommend it.

Dalton Ferguson
Dalton Ferguson

5.5/10. Well, atrociously acted, very cheaply made, but one thing in it's favor is it does have a good message. It means well. I am rather surprised it came off as well as it did, considering it's low budget. Goes to prove, you can make a decent film without much cash...

James Higgins
James Higgins

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