Year: 2020Duration: 1h 26mDirector: Lisa ImmordinoStarring: Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto By Caz Armstrong Lisa Immordino Vreeland’s latest documentary shows us the 40 year friendship between literary giants Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams in their own words. Despite the 13 year age difference, the men were very alike in many ways. This documentary serves as more of a compare-and-contrast than focusing particularly on their relationship. Indeed, … Continue reading GFF2021 Review: Truman & Tennessee
LGBTQ movies have, at long last, flourished in modern years uncovering gripping tales of ‘hidden’ love stories. Netflix recently joined writer Matt Crowley by adapting his 1968 Broadway play “The Boys in the Band” (2020), reviving the truth telling depiction of a group of gay males living in New York. Director Joe Mantello takes the six excelling actors, showcasing intense monologues, to express the difficulties of being queer during this condescending era. Continue reading Review: The Boys in the Band
Through the prism of Boovs, “Home” illustrates a good example in the context of that subject and teaches the youngest viewers about life values in a natural way.
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