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The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me (2000)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 29 April 2000 (USA)
When the seed of West Side Story's "Somewhere" is planted into the soul of a gay child, the quest of the film begins. Nine inter-connected scenes interpret this landmark theatrical event, ... See full summary »

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When the seed of West Side Story's "Somewhere" is planted into the soul of a gay child, the quest of the film begins. Nine inter-connected scenes interpret this landmark theatrical event, while charting a molten course through the depths and shallows of the urban gay male experience. From the late-night club crawl to the buff-bunny gyms, from the threat of anti-gay violence to the place where condemnation, compromises and closets are a thing of the past, the film exposes the sexual, spiritual and political yearnings at the heart of gay America. Written by Anonymous

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2 April 2001 | by (San Leandro, CA) – See all my reviews

I did not have the opportunity to see the play and had only heard David Drake do a small portion of his work at a book reading 8 or so years ago. I had always wanted to see the play performed and was very happy to see it released on film. I was not disappointed. Mr. Drakes writing and performance are excellent. The style of the work evokes those nights of staying awake by thoughts that you cannot control. The play is the continuous reliving of your day and the past that jump through your mind. I was totally involved in the film from start to finish.


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