I would recommend the film for Prime. It is very 2016 and earlier--but from that lens, it works very well. The storyline is well done, if not a bit over dramatic for the setting and laughs, but it is a very interesting ride to center the story around a birthday party. The "coming of age" or "gay trauma" component is a bit pastiche at this point and not explored deeply enough to match the intensity of what we are shown; in particular, the concepts of self-harm and the responsibility of parents for the self-shaming/internalized homophobia. The writing is consistently strong, and at some times exceptional--almost unexpectedly so. The performances are worth more than this budget had to offer, and in that regard, it is a gem. Overall, a meaningful work of art.