Juno Temple and Jeremy Dozier, co-stars of the comedy film Dirty Girl, have recorded an It Gets Better video.

The indie movie had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday, September 12.

Set in Oklahoma in the late 80s, first time writer-director Abe Sylvia's film revolves around Danielle (played by Temple, Cracks, Year One, Atonement), a promiscuous Norman High student who enlists Clarke, a gay but closeted boy played by newcomer Dozier (Five Reasons to Kill Casper Moronii), to run away with her from their small town.

Gay activist Dan Savage's It Gets Better Project urges teens being bullied because they are or are perceived to be gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender to hang in there, because life gets better.

In the PSA, Director Sylvia says he was bullied as a child, and Dozier gives troubled gay teens contemplating suicide a bit of advice.

“The great thing about life is that you get to choose what you want to do in life and you get to choose who you surround yourself with and who your friends are. So choose to surround yourself with people who love you and accept you just the way you are,” Dozier says. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)