Everybodys Talking About Jamie by Tom MacRaeJamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield.
Jamie doesn’t quite fit in.
Jamie is terrified about the future.
Jamie is going to be a sensation.
Supported by his brilliant, loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies, and steps out of the darkness into the spotlight.
Sixteen: the edge of possibility. Time to make your dreams come true.
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And You Don't Even Know It (Everybody's Talking About Jamie)
Back in , the film gods gave us Billy Elliot , a story about a boy who wanted to break gender stereotypes and be a ballet dancer. Back in sixteen-year-old Jamie New decided he wanted to wear a dress to prom and was told by the school administration he was forbidden to, causing a backlash. In it was broadcast live to cinemas, with screenings now finally occurring internationally. Jamie John McCrea is out and proud, and for the most part is surrounded by supportive allies who celebrate him and his dreams. There is bullying, yes, as well as parental rejection, but the tone is optimistic, and unlike Billy Elliot which seems to use Michael as somewhat of a punchline, Jamie is the hero of the story.
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He wants to be a drag queen, and his loving but one-dimensional mother supports him, and his classmates and friends seem to find it cool, except for one of the typical asshole boys who thinks he is macho but is really obviously fragile in his masculinity. Okay, cool, Jamie, go be a drag queen, you are beautiful so you will be great at it. This is all clear in the first five minutes. Her outdated beliefs are only a tiny bit easier to believe than the fact that a school teacher in a tiny town has Christian Louboutin heels, another thing that is mentioned ostensibly to help the writers reach their word limit. And they fill it with bad music. But this score is not even as promising as the bad songs we would cook up in drama class in middle school. Oh but the trite, derivative lyrics stick in your head, so it has that going for it.