This is the question posed by a new musical movie sweeping independent film festivals by storm around the world.
Were the World Mine tells the story of Timothy, a young gay man in the midst of straight America.He spends his time escaping in musical daydreams until a teacher offers him the role of Puck in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. While studying the script, Timothy uncovers a secret spell hidden within the massages, creating a purple love-pansy. He tests it out on rugby jock and secret crush Jonathon before slowly turning his fellow classmates into frolicking fairies. Chaos ensues as his entire town is swept up in the spell... and Timothy shows others what it feels like to walk a mile in his own shoes.
The tale is an expanded version of director Tom Gustafson's short film Fairies and takes what could be yet another typical teen angst drama to new, comedic and musical heights.
You can catch a brief glimpse into the film by watching the following trailer...