Annoyingly predictable, right down to the moment around the hour mark when this self-impressed comedy suddenly takes a turn for material too dark and serious for it to remotely handle. The World Unseen If good intentions were enough to make a film go from a middling festival entry to a blockbuster, The World Unseen would be selling out theaters nationwide. Is this LaBruce's bid for the mainstream? Enter Otto, a young roadkill-munching undead who happens upon a zombie art-porn concocted by an imperious Marxist lesbian. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts.
And then make endless films about it.
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In this Canadian dramedy, a smarmy asshole ex-hockey player Ed 's Tom Cavanaugh becomes considerably less of an asshole but retains his smarm after screenwriterly forces conspire to have him look after his partner's sister's kid. Bean's Holiday of lesbian conception fables. Not to be confused with the film Dolls where, after "a garage sale turns violent, a mother reluctantly comes to terms with her teenage son's sexuality. More interesting than this coming-of-age film from the Czech Republic where "baby-faced dyke Iska, scheming tart Karolna and rotund, razor-tongued Vendula" go hitchhiking to Holland. A triple threat in his Israeli homeland--aging, Palestinian and gay--Ezra Nawi makes for an engaging and interesting subject. Thankfully no, and not just because of the already infamous "gut fuck" scene. Submit Your News Now!
Picking up where the doc Gay Sex in the '70s left off, Daryl Wien's portrait captures the early days of AIDS, vividly conjuring up a time of confusion and budding activism. The Joy of Giving: South Jersey Nerd Fest. Life as Art is only four years old, but as the title suggests, Derek is a more intimate valentine to the experimental filmmaker anyway. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Welcome to the discussion.