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This is a richly moving and beautiful film, a classic love story of human emotion.
First off let me just say, wow, everyone was right, as a straight male I can truly say this movie touched me in a way no other film ever has.
It is a love story between two gay men (even if they can't identify themselves as gay).
Two bisexuals get punished for being in a gay relationship in rural middle America, one of them being murdered by the local Christian bigots. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Giles Penfold
This is a terrific movie! Perhaps I'll be right if I say that with the advent of this film, in Hollywood began a new era of gay cinema. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Griffin Garcon
Tastefully done. Still heartbroken that such an amazing actor is gone.Published 10 days ago by Dee j Tansey-Blust
Outstanding view of how difficult it can be to express your authentic self.Published 13 days ago by Vintage Guy
Damn fine movie, I am in a relationship just like there's. But he's separated and I never married.I'm half in the closet, he's in the closet, I want to be together and be a couple... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Roger H
Perfect film, beautifully acted and superbly directed. One could not ask for anything more, except that Heath Ledger has survived in real life, as well. Triple A+ seller!!!Published 25 days ago by donald g christian
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|Would they have been gay without one another?||
Well, I think that if you watch the movie again, you will realize that Jack is referring to the guy with the chatterbox wife-and not to the wife. Much like not wanting to reveal that he had been to Mexico (where he rented male prostitutes), he did not want to tell Ennis that he may... Read More
Apr 18, 2006 by Radiometer | See all 27 posts
|Something haunts me still........Jack's Death||
There's a big debate over the way Jack died, between what some call "tire ironists" - those who believe he was murdered, and "accidentalists" - those who believe Lureen's explanation was the truth. I happen to believe the murder version, but I can understand why the... Read More
Apr 13, 2006 by Moni | See all 24 posts
|You been to Mexico Jack Twist??? Strange.....||
I've wondered about this myself. I assume it must have been common knowledge around that time just as one might have heard where to buy drugs or other illicit things. Maybe it was something his homophobic fellow ranch hands would have joked about.
May 9, 2006 by AA | See all 24 posts
|why did BM lose best picture?||
I think the the chance for BBM in Oscar probably changed because, in Hollywood, the cowboy has been always an imaged stereotype in motion pictures through the ages (e.g. John Wayne). And I noticed that simply a squarely "back to basic" cast like Clint Eastwood could be safely... Read More
Jun 29, 2006 by E. Sagata | See all 19 posts
|Was Jack unfaithful to Ennis (with another man)||
I think Jack was frustrated and desperate; after all, he had been waiting for Ennis to come around all this time. I kind of can see this when they part after their last trip, and Ennis walks away and Jack watches him go with such hopelessness. Jack remembers the only time when Ennis actually... Read More
Mar 4, 2011 by Galina A. Lobodina | See all 10 posts
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