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Heroic, funny and romantic, Parting Glances is a triumph for everyone who has ever been in love - straight or gay. The story revolves around two men, Michael and Robert, who have been lovers for years. Robert is being transferred out of the country for two years, leaving Michael behind. Their best friend Nick, who is also Michael's former lover, is dying of AIDS. So begins a surprisingly funny, wonderfully acted love story set in the gay scene of Manhattan.
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I like this film more for what it represents and attempted than for what it actually is. As a social artifact it is invaluable. Read more
In early 1986, Parting Glances, a ground-breaker in its depiction of an all-gay world within contempo New York City, is now considered an important film in the history of gay... Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Stephen Franks
From 1986...Steve Buscemi is terrific, Richard Ganoung is terrific and John bolger is terrific. I loved the quickness of the dialog and loved the story itself. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Russell S
I first fell in love with this film back in 1986, around the time it was released. They ran it on IFC late at night and I taped it while I slept. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Blake Fraina
of this picture and since my vhs/dvd player went up, had no way to watch it nowadays. Just saw it again after about 10 years and liked it just as much. Read morePublished on July 13, 2013 by JMRichardson
This film really blew me away - not because it was an over-the-top high-budget Hollywood blockbuster set to win an Oscar, but instead, because it a poignant comedy-drama on the... Read morePublished on April 21, 2013 by drakkar91
This is a genuinely touching, honest, and dramedy about human relationhips of all types. I've seen it three times in the past 26 years, and each time I derive more insight into and... Read morePublished on February 20, 2013 by ArtDC
The movie is ok, perhaps I expected something different. It's one that only needs a single view. I do not reccomend.Published on February 5, 2013 by James MCcormick
Nick is out as Robert in when Michael suggested be safety rather than sorry at the dawn of HIV history recorded officially. Read morePublished on November 1, 2011 by Michael Kerjman