Being caught is always the worst nightmare but can it be different when you’re a girl and the person is of the same sex?
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Being caught is always the worst nightmare, but can it be different when you’re a girl and the person is of the same sex?
|Martin Tylicki, Mathilde Suissa
|Date Released (Film Festival – NewFest)
|Romance, Young Adult, LGBT+
|Darby Lily Lee-Stack
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If Maureen was at work as Penelope thought she would be, Jessie wouldn’t be hiding on the side of the bed like a burglar.
Things To Note
Why Is “Hidden” Rated Not Rated
- Dialog: Nothing notable
- Violence: Nothing notable
- Sexual Content: Nothing notable
- Miscellaneous: Nothing notable
Question(s) Left Unanswered
- Is Penelope adopted?
Please Note: This character guide is not an exhaustive list of every cast member, and character descriptions may contain what can be considered spoilers.
Maureen appears to be Penelope’s mother, who seems to be popular at church.
Penelope is a Sophomore at Lincoln and lives with Maureen.
Jessie is a junior at Lincoln who is going through stuff at home, which makes her relationship with Penelope a silver lining in her life.
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Our Rating: Mixed (Divisive)
A Good Setup For Something More
There is a lot setup that you’d want to see explored further. Is Penelope adopted, and if so, why? What’s going on in Jessie’s household that she is now living with her aunt and uncle? Also, in terms of Maureen, is she truly going to let what she suspects go, or is she just trying to avoid making a scene in front of company. The wheels are turning, and it’ll make you wish more of “Hidden” could be coming soon.
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