First-time feature film director Keith Hartman's You Should Meet My Son is rife with cliche, most of which are pretty funny -- because they're true. One of the more unique aspects of Hartman's film, which he also wrote, is that it's a gay film that's not actually about the gay man. His mother and her spinster sister are the central characters, and they dive headfirst into the gay scene. The film's humor is derived from two women being exposed to gay stereotypes of all shapes and sizes. The two glimpse into the great gay way as they discover the Internet for the first time (really?) and websites like Manhunt. Part of the RA Xtra series. Friday, March 11, at 7 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. The Aaron & Cecile Goldman Theater, Washington, D.C.'s Jewish Community Center, 1529 16th St. NW. Tickets are $12. Call 800-494-TIXS or click here.