It’s Prom Night in the South Bronx, and Michael is in for an evening of horror, hilarity, and hope as he decides whether or not to man up and “kick it” to his high school Crush or “punk out” and let him walk into the sunset with “some hairy wilder beast bitch.”
Crush adds a Bronx, Gay, Latino spin to classic teen coming of age movie. In the beginning of the movie, we see our hero Michael, drunk over a toilet in a bathroom at his High School Senior Prom. Michael is torn about graduation and the possibility of never seeing his long crush, his homeroom buddy Brandon. Michael’s prom date and best friend Nikkie, offers Michael encouragement and tough love to get him to approach Brandon about his feelings. Michael and Brandon bump heads, sending Michael into a fantasy sequence in which Michael’s feelings for Brandon are reciprocated. When Michael realizes it was all just a dream, he is thrown into the now or never moment of finally having to face his fears of coming out to Brandon or let that moment slip away and having to forever wonder “what if?”
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Dominic Colón (writer/producer) is an award-winning actor, writer, producer and filmmaker that was born and raised in the Bronx. Most recognized for his work as Manny Spamboni on the Emmy Award Winning Children’s Show, The Electric Company, and as Anibal on the STARZ series POWER. Dominic has appeared in over 60 television shows and movies including: Money Monster, Southpaw, Orange is the New Black, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit and The Blacklist. In the fall of 2018 Dominic will be seen opposite Benicio Del Toro, Patricia Arquette, and Paul Dano in the SHOWTIME Limited Series ESCAPE AT DANNEMORA directed by Ben Stiller.
Dominic is also an award-winning writer, his screen play for his short film CRUSH, won the HBO/New York International Film Festival Short Film Script Competition. Dominic's second short film, SKIN, a semi-autobiographical film about a man who is afraid to have sex without a shirt on after extreme weight loss premiered at the 2017 HBO/New York Latino Film Festival. The screenplay for his feature film WERQ IT! was selected to be a part of the 2017 National Association of Latino Independent Producers Media Market in Los Angeles. Dominic is currently developing projects for TV, Film and the stage.