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rants and raves of the best & worst of queer cinema


How To Survive A Plague

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    David France’s meticulously detailed account is how an angry and fiercely committed group of selfless people refused to lie down and play dead and by taking on both the pharmaceutical industry and Government institutions, they made a real difference and saved countless live. This is of course the story of the AIDS epidemic which … Continue reading



Fantabulosa

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The late great Kenneth Williams could easily be described as Britain’s own Charles Nelson Reilly. Both men were celebrated classical trained actors who worked with all the major stars of their day, but they actually found their own fame with their outrageously camp and genius comic humor which made them both much loved national treasures. They were also … Continue reading




Let My People Go

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Exactly who the people that need to be freed in this mildly amusing comic farce is never really made clear.  Could it be Jews, or the Homosexuals, or the French or even the Finnish?  There are a multitude of stereotypes in this rather convoluted comedy written by Christophe Honore who I am now beginning to realize is a … Continue reading




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