'Invitation' Zoe and her city flatmate Shane have never told their conservative country parents that they're lesbian and gay. So when their parents turn up unexpectedly, soon followed by a succession of their weird and wonderful friends, the scene is set for a very queer night.
Film makers notes: We kept hearing about the suicides of teenagers and young people who were struggling with their sexuality particularly in rural and regional Australia and wanted to do something about it. The film was made to support the queer community to feel safe and loved and to inspire their loved ones to give them support and love.
So many people believed in the film that it was made entirely with donations and free labour by the gay and lesbian community and film community of Melbourne. Enjoy!
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