Comedian Louis C.K. has shared a special, updated trailer for Check It, a new documentary about a gang of black LGBTQ youth living in Washington, D.C.
"If you're not going to the Albuquerque LGBTQ Festival, you're not going to see this movie, " he said in his trailer for the film, which aims to bring more public attention to Check It. "I think the more people see each other, the more people get each other. And I think that's a positive thing."
The doc, which premiered last summer at the Tribeca Film Festival, is executive produced by Steve Buscemi and directed by Dana Flor and Toby Oppenheimer.
"It knocked me right over," C.K. continued. "It was an amazing emotional ride. It was funny and moving, I learned a lot and it gave me a lot to think about after."
The film is available to download for $5 on C.K.'s site. Watch his edited preview and the official trailer for Check It, below.