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In the mid 1980s, 14-year-old Cecilia Neant-Falk posted an advertisement in a magazine asking, “Are you there? A girl who is attracted to both boys and girls?” The few responses let her know she wasn’t alone. Fifteen years later, now a filmmaker, Neant-Falk posted the same question on the Internet. This time, she received eighty replies, out of which she chose three young women - Joppe, Natalie and My - to give video cameras to and have them record the next four years of their lives.
The young women maintained video journals of their own reflections, capturing their families’ opinions and their communities’ biases, and effectively taking the audience into their closeted world. Neant-Falk incorporates her own experiences, thoughts and struggles with those of the featured women, echoing the common sense of isolation in growing up queer. Don’t You Worry, It Will Probably Pass is a revealing and intimate portrait that touches on the fear, anger, alienation and, above all else, the courage it takes to grow up gay in a straight world. (Pdoduction note)