White Frog (2012)

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Story of a neglected teen with mild Asperger’s syndrome whose life is changed forever when tragedy hits his family.

"White Frog" is an American significant film directed by Quentin Lee and written by Ellie Wen. The film was very first launched on 8 March 2012. The film artfully represents styles of approval, love, and diversity. The film's star-studded cast consists of Booboo Stewart, Harry Shum Jr., Tyler Posey, Greg Sulkin, and BD Wong.

Plot Synopsis
"White Frog" informs the story of Nick Young (played by Booboo Stewart), a high-school trainee diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome. His loving older bro Chaz (played by Harry Shum Jr.) is his buffer from the obstacles of the outside world. Nevertheless, when Chaz unfortunately dies, Nick's world is turned upside down.

The Catalyst
The death of Chaz ends up being a substantial point for Nick's journey given that Chaz had constantly been his only protector in the world which he discovers difficult to understand. Discovering Chaz's secret life opens up new paths for Nick. At a funeral organized by his sibling's pals, Nick unconsciously enters a new world that his brother was covertly a part of, and this begins his self-discovery procedure.

Continuing the Journey
After the death of his brother, Nick tries to manage his loss while also trying to suit the world without his normal protector. He's presented to Chaz's previous good friend, Doug (played by Tyler Posey) and his group of good friends who were Chaz's tight-knit, diversity-embracing circle. During this time, Nick reveals his brother's biggest secret - Chaz was privately gay and his group of pals are all part of the LGBTQ+ neighborhood.

Nick's Transformation
In the middle of the revelation and challenges, Nick starts to get out of his convenience zone and his own internal world. Motivated by his sibling's good friends, he begins opening up to the world around him. Unlikely friendships blossom amongst the exposed tricks and individual trials. Nick starts to enjoy his own journey of self-discovery, ultimately welcoming his newfound independence.

At the same time, Nick dominates his early obstacles and pays tribute to his brother by embracing a varied neighborhood that uses love and acceptance to promote togetherness.

"White Frog" is a fascinating film that checks out themes like household characteristics, societal acceptance, friendship, and the battles of being various in society. Furthermore, it clouds the concealed styles of variety and the LGBTQ+ community. The journey of Nick Young is brilliantly depicted, making it easy for audiences to associate with his confusion, pain, and ultimate approval of newer viewpoints about life. The movie handles challenging topics with a delicate touch, providing a story that is not just psychological but likewise informing.

Top Cast

  • Booboo Stewart (small)
    Booboo Stewart
    Nick Young
  • Harry Shum Jr. (small)
    Harry Shum Jr.
    Chaz Young
  • Gregg Sulkin (small)
    Gregg Sulkin
    Randy Goldman
  • BD Wong (small)
    BD Wong
    Oliver Young
  • Joan Chen (small)
    Joan Chen
    Irene Young
  • Tyler Posey (small)
    Tyler Posey
  • Manish Dayal (small)
    Manish Dayal
  • Talulah Riley (small)
    Talulah Riley
    Ms. Lee
  • Kelly Hu (small)
    Kelly Hu
    May Chung
  • Amy Hill (small)
    Amy Hill
    Dr. King
  • Major Curda (small)
    Major Curda