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Documentaries, well timed, make a difference. Especially when they are of the quality of this 1989-91 documentary about black men loving black men. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Grady Harp
Magnificent work from two artists, tragically lost. A generation of gay men were lost, and the scythe fell especially hard on Black gay men - as it continues to do today. Read morePublished 4 months ago by W. Handy
Excellent film. Riggs' experimental approach captivates as well as provokes. Would recommend this film to everyone who is interested in the intersectionality of identities.Published 14 months ago by Stephanie Anderson
Completely realistic and not at all an exaggeration, A perfect representation of the lifestyle that the act of homophobia implemented on minorities who didn't fit their idea of... Read morePublished 16 months ago by drefrancis
Marlon Riggs film explores racism within the Gay community and how many African-American Gay cope with the situation.
A powerful film and message.
I loved the history that was shared. It affirms pride, courage, and vision. I believe families will benefit from this presentation.Published 23 months ago by Accepted
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Maybe I was misunderstood the purpose of this film, but it was just okay. Actually, I wanted to fast forward through parts but I stuck it out.Published on January 17, 2013 by clcraw1