Like a hybrid of the lads from Dead Poets Society and HSM3, the teenage fellas of Were the World Mine gird their loins to produce a musical rendering of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Timothy (Cohen), the school gay, gets tapped by his drama teacher (Robie) to play Puck. Yes, the fairy is a fairy, and this point is much belabored. A few more dollars should’ve been added to the prop budget, as the phallic purple flower plucked from the play ejaculates love potion like a magician’s cheap trick (so to speak). But the homo riff on Shakespeare’s comedy is cute, even if Bottom is nowhere in sight.
Were the World Mine
|Release date:||Friday November 21 2008|
Cast and crew
|Screenwriter:||Tom Gustafson, Cory James Krueckeberg|
Nathaniel David Becker