The historic 1969 uprising of the LGBT community at NYC’s Stonewall Inn is told through the fictional story of a naïve HS senior kicked out by his father.
Shut out of white clubs, West Indians stage their own house party where Martha, sneaking out of her house, meets Franklyn for a night of dancing.
The last 3 bloody years in the life of Abolitionist John Brown are told through the eyes of a young freed slave boy mistaken as a girl.
Depicts the last year of Judy’s life when she sang in London, interspersed by flashbacks to her youth under the dictatorship of the head of MGM.
Inside this issue: He Named Me Malala, Bridge of Spies, Time Out of Mind, The Second Mother, Sicario, Pawn Sacrifice, Learning to Drive, and more.
Set in Denmark of the 20s & 30s, Einar’s journey from male to female Lily is supported by his loving wife Gerder, making them both transgender pioneers.
Danish artist Einar Wegener, married to fellow artist Gerda, becomes a pioneer in the transgender movement by undergoing one of the 1st sex change operations in the early 1930s.
Don’t miss this powerful drama about the Cold War and American values. Click on the image to read my entire review.
Rated R. Our ratings: V- 5; L- 4; S/N-1 . Running time: 2 hours 2 min. Again I saw all the oppressions that are practised under the sun. Look, the tears of the oppressed— with no one to comfort them! On the side of their oppressors there was power—with no one to comfort them. Ecclesiastes …
Rated R. Our ratings: V-1; L- 2; S/N-1. Running time: 1 hour 22 min. Happy is the man who finds wisdom, and the man who gets understanding, for the gain from it is better than gain from silver and its profit better than gold. Proverbs 3:13-14 The Night Listener Gabriel Noone (Robin Williams) has achieved …