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Anything is a 2017 American romantic drama film directed and written by Timothy McNeil and starring John Carroll Lynch and Matt Bomer. The film is based on a play that the director had performed in December 2007 with the Elephant Theater Company in Los Angeles and that he also adapted for the film. It also stars Maura Tierney, Margot Bingham, Michael Boatman, Tanner Buchanan, and Micah Hauptman in supporting roles. The film was released at the LA Film Festival on June 17, 2017. It was released on May 11, 2018, by Great Point Media.

Jude Dry from IndieWire shares his opinion on Rotten Tomatoes, "Anything is one more casualty in Hollywood's long history of ransacking transgender stories, which it does under the guise of paying homage without paying coins to those it claims to represent."


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None (Former Employee) says

"This company is fraudulent. Definitely something fishy going on. They claim to work for no profits (doubtful) but they said the job was selling subscriptions to help save children in need outside of places like grocery stores. I thought I was interviewing for a marketing position not direct sales Cons: No benefits"

Childcare Provider (Former Employee) says

"Employee very lazy and many lebians. Is your a guy I wouldn't work for them due to employers and management will make up a accusation just to make you look bad. Worst job I ever had as a professional worker with 10 years experience. Cons: Terrible business"

Behavioral Health Technician (Former Employee) says

"This company has the potential to be great, but unfortunately there are too many obstacles such as disorganization, work/home life balance and company culture that stand in the way. The pay much lower than the industry standard. The hours are long, there’s no organization to your day and most importantly the folks in charge don’t seem care. Cons: Everything"

Behavioral Health Technician/ Behavioral Coach/ Mentor (Former Employee) says

"This company is ran by a bunch of fools. They have no care for staff or clients. They’re very unprofessional and inappropriate. None of the managers have any sense of direction nor actual training on how to handle their staff or clients. One manger impartiality is just a bad ugly person always yelling all the time and has no empathy for their clients. They never actually help their clients behavioral issues, they could careless about the clients! They only see the money bags off the government! They train NONE of the staff as well, no one knows what they’re doing. This company is awful and will not succeed."

Behavioral Technician (Former Employee) says

"I went in as a Behavioral Health Technician after having worked in this field for many years. I was assured there was a training process - which there was not - and that they would value any input regarding policies and procedures, which turned out not to be true. The right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing. The House Manager was never at the House; the bigwigs got drunk at the Holiday Party - when the whole program is centered around substance abuse and teaching addicts to live clean lives. And there was a lot of swearing and some discriminatory comments made because I was the only white person in the House. Horrible. Stay away from this company."

Marketing (Former Employee) says

"Basically an unprofessional pyramid scheme, literally a waste of time, don't even bother. They advertise as a company that is an entry-level marketing job, but all you do is sit outside in front of a store, and market items to people who pass by. You only get paid by commissions so income isn't consistent. All of the people interviewing were super young and unprofessional. Got hired and realized how suspicious everything was and quit the same day. You can make more by working a regular job than something unstable as this."

Popeyes Anything (Former Employee) says

"Becoming a very hard worker showing others what I can do with my self to stay focus in work on things and the future, Showing my manger What I Have skilled In Me. Cons: N/a"

Anything (Current Employee) says

"I am very disciplined with time, I care about my work a lot, I respect others, I try to plant a smile on the faces of those I know, and I have the wisdom to do it (love what you do to do what you love) Cons: Short breaks"