Tagline: Some of us were never meant to fit in.
Starring: Sara Rue and Kett Turton
Never have a witnessed a story with such a broad range of appeal. Everyone in America knows how it feels to be shunned by your peers and belittled by strangers. For those of us with this knowledge, we know that ultimately it leads to self-discovery and esteem. This remarkable story begins in the presence of two highly eccentric individuals. Gypsy, A Stevie Nicks fanatic, entices the audience with her sultry costumes and sully demeanor. Bearing witness to a pamphlet announcing the "Night of a Thousand Stevies, she decides that her destiny lies where her mother, so long ago, had went. Portrayed by the beautiful and highly talented, Sara Rue she awakens the audience with her ability to impart feelings of hope and joy while keeping the truth of opposition in tow. Kett Turton plays Gypsy's best friend, who becomes bombarded with his own conflict with gender crisis. He embarks on a path of self-discovery which leads him to his ultimate goal, happiness.
I am being completely honest when I say that this movie just happens to be one of the best films I have ever had the pleasure to watch. The two actors captured my heart the minute the stepped onto the screen. Gone was the "wooden" acting I had come to expect from non-blockbuster films and instead, I was witness to a miracle of film-making. Sara Rue and Kett Turton absorbed me with their infinite conflicts while on such a touching mission. For anyone who truly wants to rent a masterpiece of modern film-making, Gypsy 83 will not disappoint. I rate this move a "7 out of 7" or "I will personally hunt you down and kill you with a Taco Bell SPORK, if you do not rent his film and love it I do. I am sure your opinion may differ, but MINE is the only one that counts. NOW GO TO BLOCKBUSTER!! Run, jog, swim, drive, fly....do anything! BUT GO NOW. And remember, I have eyes EVERYWHERE!"