A refreshing twist on 'A Midsummer Night's Dream', this film follows a small group of friends as they get themselves into some major shenanigans, causing the teens to realize that getting everything you want is not as fantastic as it sounds. The main character, Timothy, seeks retribution on his small-minded town and uses a magical purple pansy to give the townspeople a new perspective. The townspeople, when sprayed with the nectar of the pansy, immediately fall in love with the next person they lay eyes on without bias towards gender or sexuality. But Timothy soon realizes that love that is forced upon people is not love at all, but, in fact, the opposite, and sets out to fix his errors.
Armed with a magical love potion and empowered by dazzling musical fantasies, struggling teen Timothy (Cohen) turns his narrow-minded town gay and captures Jonathon (Becker), the rugby jock of his dreams. Were the World Mine uses vibrant imagery, a first-rate cast and innovative music to push modern gay cinema and musical film beyond expectation.