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Released in 2018 in theaters, the movie Love, Simon adapted from a Becky Albertalli novel had captivated audiences and critics alike by recounting the journey of Simon (Nick Robinson), a young gay teenager. The story did not have a cinema sequel but a spin-off, Love Victor, was launched in June 2020 in the United States and then last February via Disney+ in France. Victor, played by Michael Cimino, who confided that he had received death threats for his role, a new Creekwood high school student, exchanged with Simon while trying to understand his sexuality. At the end of Season 1, the hero of the series decided to come to his family.
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A complicated coming out for Victor
As a trailer for season 2 of Love Victor, this coming out will not necessarily be easy for Victor and his loved ones. If everything goes pretty well in high school – despite some obstacles – Victor will confront his parents and especially his mother, Isabel (Ana Ortiz), very religiously. His father, Armando (James Martinez), for his part, will go to a support group and meet a face familiar to those who have seen it Love, Simon (we won’t say more to avoid spoilers). So the road will still be littered with pitfalls for Victor, even though his relationship with Benji (George Sear) will be in order.
To each his hour of glory
Most of this season 2 of Love, Victoris that she is not only interested in the main character. Others also get the chance to shine. This way you can learn more about Felix (Anthony Turpel) and his mother. The episodes also explore the doubts and relationships of Mia (Rachel Naomi Hilson), Lake (Bebe Wood), or Andrew (Mason Gooding).
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