Is this Movie available to buy in the US or UK? If so, please tell the Database Administrators.

Home Forum Links Search Contact
Movies TV Shows Actors
Welcome to BoyActors. Login.

Gayby Baby

Country: Australia

Genre: Documentary



Documentary film following the lives of four children - Gus, Ebony, Matt and Graham - whose parents are either gay or lesbian. 10 year old Gus is passionate about the macho world of WWE wrestling, but his mothers disapprove. With a big wrestling show coming to Sydney, Gus must change their views if he is to be allowed to attend. 12 year old Ebony struggles to find her place in the outer suburbs of Sydney. She dreams of being a pop singer and hopes to get into a prestigious school for the performing arts. 11 year old Graham can?t read and is desperate to become literate. But his quest is complicated when his fathers move the family to Fiji, a conservative place where they do not feel comfortable to be 'out'. Faced with hiding his family and re-establishing himself in a new country, Graham?s goal seems more distant than ever. Finally, faced with conflicting messages, 11 year old Matt has taken to questioning everything that the adult world is teaching him.

Picture for Gayby Baby


  • Gus
  • Ebony
  • Graham
  • Matt

BoyActors Reviews

2 member reviews/ratings for this Movie

Average and Weighted Ratings are only available once a Movie has received at least 5 ratings

Most recent review listed first

Dividing Bar

Extraordinary documentary. It made me understand how and what a child thinks and does with parents who think differently. Good looking.

Must Watch My Movie Rating: Red StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed Star 10 / 10
Dividing Bar

It's a likeable and interesting documentary but you can tell from the opening sequence of audio clips that the aim is to present these families as normal and unremarkable and the film tries so hard to do that that it ends up dodging some difficult questions. Fictional films such Juno, The Kids Are All Right and If These Walls Could Talk 2 deliberately gloss over the ethically thorny aspects of adoption and gamete selling and donation. Being a documentary, this doesn't; it just misses an opportunity for a more searching look.

My Movie Rating: Red StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed Star 8 / 10
Dividing Bar

Page Last Modified: 10th July 2022
Page Added: 1st October 2016

Page Views: 2225

Copyright 2002 - 2022 BoyActors

This site is non-commercial and is not an official or representative web presence for any of the actors or movies listed. All images and text are the property of their respective owners. Do not link directly to any of the images on this site - please upload them to your own webspace, on the understanding that yours is also a non-commercial site.

While every effort will be made to ensure that no offensive or illegal material is posted on the forums or linked to from the links database, BoyActors administrators accept no responsibility for any content posted or linked to by its members.


The contents of this site, and communications between this site and its users, are protected by database right, copyright, confidentiality and the right not to be intercepted conferred by section 1(3) of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000. The use of those contents and communications by Internet Service Providers or others to profile or classify users of this site for advertising or other purposes is strictly forbidden.

Design and Layout © 2002 - 2007: Bijou. 2007 - 2022: Quantum

Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional Valid CSS Website security