Joey's life is turned upside down after his parents discover his secret relationship with another boy and send him to reparative therapy to address the 'unnatural' feelings that threaten ... See full summary »
it is not easy to say a good thing about "40 minutes". because it is predictable as result of correct use of classic recipe, known clichés and the pieces of homophobia who are present in each topic about this subject. but, in strange way, this is the basic virtue of film. first - Sterling Evans as perfect option for the role of Joey. the therapist. the parents. each - as presence because it is hard to tell about acting more than sketches.and, not the last, it has a precise target. so, a nice film. for the right public.sure, without be memorable it is , step by step, correct solve of classic story.