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Buy, rent or watch 'Death in Venice'. We already have this email. Fuelled by his jet-propelled performance and sensational songs co-written with Stephen Trask, it's a bittersweet ode to the survival of the freakiest. Chiron longs to break free of the predetermined path set out for himself by his environment, a journey set into motion by encounter with one of his male peers.
Finally, a biopic done well. The characters deal with the materialism and anti-immigrant furor of Thatcher's England—elements that feel just a little bit too relevant at the moment. Who is Ike Perlmutter?
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Rarely has Hollywood given us such complex and compelling female characters. In his delirious realm of bad taste, it's the straights who deserve pity for their intolerably timid stifling conformity while the freaks live it up on their own grotesque terms.
Director: Bill Sherwood Cast: John Bolger, Richard Ganoung, Steve Buscemi Shot in , Bill Sherwood's feature — the only film he completed before his death from an Aids-related illness aged just 37 — was one of the first films to deal directly with the disease. This feature-length sitcom took a flop Broadway show, African Americanized most of the leads, then somehow flopped again, but I have a soft spot for its good-badness.