In Camp Slaughter, a Groundhog Day style slasher film involving a group of teens from the 2000s getting stranded in a summer camp trapped in the 1980s, there is a character named Ruben who exhibits a lack of traditional masculinity, and is bullied by some of the other kids in the camp as a result. Mario, one of the contemporary teens, has a heartfelt talk with Ruben on the pier, which I remember seeing stated in at least one review (none of which I can find now) was about Mario's own experience with being gay, trying to console Ruben that it gets better. However, the copy I watched had muddy sound quality and no subtitles (and I'm bad at picking up dialogue in movies when there's background noise). And I haven't had much luck in finding a copy of the shooting script to see if the information is there.
So, does Mario have a conversation with Ruben about being gay?