SAN DIEGO - Filmout continues to lead up to its summer LGBT Film Festival, with another monthly featured film. Don't miss "Violet Tendencies," the hilarious story about Manhattan's most fabulous fruit fly.
The two-hour screening begins at 7 pm Wednesday, April 20, at the Birch North Park Theatre.
At nearly 40, Violet (Mindy Cohn) is the racy, fun-loving belle of the ball. She spends her nights as royalty, but when the party ends she always heads home alone.
While her co-worker Riley (Sam Whitten) struggles with his baby-crazy boyfriend Markus (Casper Andreas) and her roommate Luke (Jesse Archer) tackles monoga-mania, Violets romantic life is one big belly flop. Realizing she’s at a certain age and still single, Violet is at a crossroads.
In the fast-paced world of high fashion PR where she works, Riley tells her she need only seek out a straight male version of herself -- the mythical "Fag Stag." But the glamorous guru Salome (Kim Allen) gives her conflicting advice.
To nab a man, she insists, Violet must abandon her gay boys once and for all. When Violet arrives home from yet another disastrous date to find Luke has organized a gay sex party in her bedroom, she decides Salome may be right. In order to get a prized man of her own, Violet strikes out on a hilarious quest to change the woman she is.
Chasing love at all costs, she may find it in the most unlikely of places.
Purchase tickets online for $10.