The short film, which has no dialogues and a moving musical score, begins with a school-aged boy trying desperately to calm his beating heart as "the boy of his dreams" walks past him. His love-sick heart "pops out of his chest" to chase after him and risks outing the boy.
Find out what happens next by watching the heartwarming short film below:
All. The. Feels. We can all relate to this... https://t.co/LqjTU9UPcl— HumanRightsCampaign (@HRC) July 31, 2017
my favorite thing about In a Heartbeat is the way that it perfectly illustrates that we cant control our hearts, we don't chose who we love pic.twitter.com/6X7NLnnez9— zemmy (@caskrush) August 3, 2017
a concept: make in a heartbeat a full-length movie— hallie (@feverdanieI) July 31, 2017
"With ("In a Heartbeat"), we wanted to challenge the preconceived notion that LGBTQ content is not appropriate or suitable for younger audiences," Mr Bravo tells NBC News. "It's an innocent and lighthearted story about a boy and his crush that we hope will resonate with younger people regardless of their background."Click for more trending news