It’s hump day which means we are half way through the week. If you haven’t had your weekly cry, we’ve got you covered with this shortie to watch .
In The Mess He Made, queer filmmaker Matthew Puccini gets personal with this look into one man’s HIV rapid test.
“This is a film about queer rituals. This is a film about grappling with gay shame,” Puccini says. “[It’s] about a man who is terrified of winding up alone, but on some level thinks he deserves to be.”
It’s also a film where we see Max Jenkins emote all the sad faces.
Lit-er-ally feel the same way every time I run errands.
Here’s Max contemplating crying.
And now I’m crying, too.
The Mess He Made shot a week after the 2016 Presidential Election, adding plenty of motivation for Jenkins. In all seriousness, it’s virtually impossible not to empathize with this film. Pending test results on top of a bad day is brutal.
Watch the entire film below.
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