50 Ways of Saying Fabulous2005
Directed by Stewart Main, "50 Ways of Saying Fabulous" is a Drama film, released on June 02 of 2006 in the USA , starring Andrew Patterson, Harriet Beattie, Jay Collins, Michael Dorman, Rima Te Wiata and George Mason.
They don't know where they're going... but they're on their way.
Who directed "50 Ways of Saying Fabulous":
50 Ways of Saying Fabulous was directed by Stewart Main, a director, and writer.
Before making 50 Ways of Saying Fabulous, Stewart Main had directed Desperate Remedies, released in 1993.
What was the release date of "50 Ways of Saying Fabulous":
50 Ways of Saying Fabulous was initially released on Friday, June 02, 2006, in the United States. Also released on this day were The Break-Up (dir. Peyton Reed), Naked Beneath the Water (dir. Sean Cain), and Rag Tag (dir. Adaora Nwandu). This was thirteen (13) years ago.
It has been released on Tuesday, April 11, 2006 in the United Kingdom; Thursday, September 08, 2005 in Canada and on Thursday, January 18, 2007 in Australia.
What is the cast of "50 Ways of Saying Fabulous":
At the casting of 50 Ways of Saying Fabulous we find Andrew Patterson, previously seen in Powderburn (1999); Harriet Beattie, Jay Collins () [ more... ]
What is the Storyline of "50 Ways of Saying Fabulous":
The film deals with a young farmer's son named Billy, who does not appreciate his terrestrial life, and instead wishes to explore outer space. As the story develops, Billy struggles with his homosexuality and his changing relationships with those around him.
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