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Most tv series would take a topic like this last legal wrangle and stretch it over an entire season, but Queer as Folk is more ambitious; the writers recognize that the resolution of one problem is rarely the end of the story, that muddy consequences can be as dramatically compelling as head-to-head conflict. This aggressive and effective plotting, combined with the show's willingness to explore the complexities of every issue--be it assimilation or the coming out of a celebrity--results in an increasing emotional power as the series steamrolls towards its final episode. Some subplots can be silly (Brian has a ridiculous stud-off with a new hot guy in town), the dialogue can sometimes veer from wit to camp cliches, and the omnipresence of sculpted, muscular physiques is absurd and even a little alienating for some viewers, but Queer as Folk's strengths--the compassion and intelligence of the writers, the commitment and nuance of the acting--make this show a true television landmark and a pleasure to watch. And then, of course, there's all that graphic and lovingly photographed sex. Rosie O'Donnell and Cyndi Lauper make guest appearances, and Sharon Gless (Cagney & Lacey) continues her much-loved performance as Michael's mother, Debbie. --Bret Fetzer
As soon as you love it you're gonna dig it! Not only for gays but also for everyone open minded and interested in what else life could be like. Let us learn what drives them ahead!Published 9 days ago by GeeDot
Wasn't the ending I wanted, but hey! You can't have it all!Published 2 months ago by Reginald Eugene Wright Jr.
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None of the QAF box sets has the subtitles option, but does have the audiotrack in spanish
May 17, 2006 by Amazon Customer | See all 2 posts
Do you mean in the opening credits? Then its "Cue the Pulse to Begin"- Burnside Project
Dec 4, 2006 by CraftyPenguin | See all 3 posts
I want to know if this production has Sapanish audiotrack?
Dec 16, 2011 by Juan Obando Murillo | See all 2 posts
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