Big fucking deal

The cover article in this week’s Georgia Straight is about this film. The review says it’s mostly about 4 couples and one threesome and their relationships. Young people fucking was mentioned a lot earlier this year because of it’s title, and because of the controversy around Bill C-10. Bill C-10 is a long, omnibus Bill of technical changes to tax laws that also included a provision that would allow the Heritage Minister to withhold tax credits if a production was considered ‘contrary to public policy’.

YPF was sucked into the eye of the Bill C-10 controversy (see this issue’s cover feature for more information). Christian activists, without actually seeing the movie, nailed it as the type of movie that shouldn’t receive tax credits.

Yet like any storm, it’s far calmer at the centre. “We’re a perfect target because no one’s seen the film,” Gero says. “Once it’s out there, it’s not that controversial. But in a way that’s good, because when the movie does come, people’ll be like, ‘This is what the big deal is about? Gimme a break!’ Certainly it’s been very, very good for the movie.”

Young people fucking is showing at many cinemas in the Lower Mainland and Victoria.

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