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Vol. 18, No. 2 International Journal of Multicultural Education 2016 149 Film Review The Year We Thought about Love (2014) Ellen Brodsky – Director/Producer Dr. John Caruso, Jr. Media Reviews Editor Laughter—that’s the constant power that drives The Year We Thought about Love, a film about an LGBTQ youth troupe out of Boston. The teens are a part of True Colors, a program for queer youth formed by The Theater Offensive, a 25-year-old organization whose mission is “to present the diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender lives in art so bold it breaks through personal isolation, challenges the status quo, and builds thriving communities.” --Review by Kim Hoffman (May 27, 2015) In 68 minutes, Ellen Brodsky, Director/Producer, and Sarah Hancock, Executive Producer of The Year We Thought about Love, spend a year behind the scenes of a diverse LGBTQ youth theater troupe in Boston. The camera crew follows the 16-member cast of True Colors: OUT Youth Theater in rehearsals, school a...