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Film Review: On the Beach at Night Alone
Hong Sangsoo’s radiantly funny and accurate depiction of a brokenhearted wanderer finds its perfect interpreter in Kim Minhee, a great Korean actress.
Film Review: Heart Blackened
A sensational Korean trial makes for a fairly riveting cinematic ride, with its very own touches of that infamous gangnam style.
Film Review: Santa & Andrés
Low-key treatment of a relationship between a gay man and a Communist woman will reward the patient.
Film Review: Gilbert
A wonderful and surprisingly intimate portrait of maybe the loudest and most foul-mouthed comedian who ever lived. You will laugh your ass off and maybe even cry your eyes out.
Film Review: No Dress Code Required
An unassuming Mexican couple finds themselves at the epicenter of the gay-rights struggle in Mexico.
Film Review: Along for the Ride
That renaissance wild man Dennis Hopper, once chosen as one of Andy Warhol’s “Most Beautiful,” is featured in a very personal memoir.
Film Review: Dream Boat
Sometimes, despite the pumping music, cute outfits and a definite party going on, being gay isn’t really very gay at all.
Film Review: Wait for Your Laugh
The astonishingly long career of a true TV icon, blondined and black-bowed and a straight shooter if e’er there was one, is celebrated in this colorful bio-doc.
Film Review: Félicité
Although overlong and sometimes wandering, this portrait of a single mom in dire straits nevertheless rewards with its deeply human approach.
Film Review: Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold
A seemingly charmed life goes seriously awry for a tiny yet enormously gifted woman, Joan Didion. Her story is told in this deep and rewarding bio-doc.
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