TREVOR - PEGGY RAJSKI (1994)
Trevor, written by James Lecesne and directed by Peggy Rajski, won an Oscar as well an Honorable Mention at Sundance in 1995 (though Rajski had previously been on the jury). The film follows the growing pains of gay teenager boy Trevor, who is struggling to fit in at school and whose homophobic parents seem incapable of understanding his troubled soul. The opening is slightly reminiscent to the 1971 feature film Harold and Maude - but we won't mention that! If you like Trevor by Peggy Rajski, be sure to rate it and share it with your friends.