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-- and honesty come under description it -- -- crime Amy and feel made me just.
Happy to be human -- And of all the people they could do you know that I'm gonna give away too much but it it deals with -- sexual.
Orientation -- gender identity.
And it's different sound choice something that people feel from the bottom of their hearts and served very very little you know little -- -- -- married three years old says mommy.
I see a girl.
You know that's that's not a joke you know oftentimes it's a lifelong.
So how'd he get.
Latino males who are you know.
Holding on to the to tradition of manhood.
I get them to understand that it has nothing to do of them.
You can have a child who has this issue and it doesn't make you -- of command as a matter of fact I think it makes you more of a man to accept.
The nature of your child.
And that's a problem I think with a lot of parents out nowadays you see their kids is a reflection of -- which they will always be a a reflection but they're not -- a reflection of their own human beings they are their own.
Universe -- their heads so we need to learn how to love each other respect each other in a way that.
Doesn't crash each other's dreams and identity.
Well in this film -- play a guy who comes out of jail was trying to you know fixes life is trying to reclaim his manhood as the access man as a father as a husband.
And the problem is that he feels -- -- is under attack.
And when his son doesn't turn out the way he'd like him -- he tries to fix his son.
In less than artful ways and that's thing we we.
My character does it out of love.
He actually damages and -- traumatized this child in that process and so many I know just you've read it causes thickens because I'm my own we do the same thing.
We traumatize each other.
For your own good and the reality is that.
-- for the time I'm sure it is for your own group the other half maybe it's not about that so what Latinos can do this finishing self serving but won the first step -- -- who wrote.
Makes you look at this whole issue -- Completely different way and it gives I think macho man in the room the space to accept their children were different.
Tell -- artists try to stepping into character for me.
I'm a New York -- -- Brooklyn born Bronx -- queens crucified Manhattan mainstream that's my schtick gumption came to -- But -- been California -- long.
The directors like man.
You do ten and into New York about -- Dario.
You gotta be brought spot -- good -- looks -- -- -- -- -- pick and it's it's about getting the nuances this is one of the most of the road is one of the most authentic brooks' movies I've ever seen.
I mean if you talk to other people will tell you always is for real we use the language -- and we used the puppy in the and and you know.
And I got -- can I got you back court whatever it is.
You know let's do this when it's that you know the language that we use and they got a lot of Puerto Rican isms and Latino --
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