Even more astounding, she wove into this cartoonish story strands of heartfelt emotional yearning that continue to resonate almost a century later." [Bret Wood, TCM] Barrios, Richard.
"Silent Existences." In: Screened out : playing gay in Hollywood from Edison to Stonewall / Richard Barrios. pp: 17-18 (Main (Gardner) Stacks; Moffitt; PFA PN1995.9. Cast: Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers. Cast: Paul Reynolds, Phillip Williamson, Dave Baby, Timothy Burke, Simon Costin ... Fourteen of Shakespeare's sonnets are taken as a basis for a rapturous celebration of homoerotic love in both its spiritual and sensual dimensions. Cast: Al Pacino, Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson, Mary-Louise Parker, Jeffrey Wright, Justine Kirk, Ben Shenkman, Patrick Wilson, Brian Markinson, James Cromwell.
And when Algie announces his departure from the West, to return to his bride, Big Jim assumes a posture of childlike sadness.
It appears that Jim, not Algie, is the more romantically inclined.
In Inauguration of the pleasure dome, members of a cult masquerade as gods and goddesses.
Special features: Screen specific audio commentaries for all films by Kenneth Anger; Rabbit's moon outtakes; 48 page full color book featuring: an introduction by Martin Scorsese; Kenneth Anger's hand drawn sketches for the unrealized Puce Women project; excerpts from Anais Nin's diaries about making of Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome; rare behind the scenes stills and more.
Three episodes from one of the first sit-coms to take on controversial social issues. Emotive readings of Shakespeare sonnets by Judi Dench. Set in 1985, this made for television drama revolves around two very different men with AIDS.
Felix is forced toconfront the anger he feels toward his father forabandoning him, and the fear and shame he feels, living as an outsider in a predominantly straight, Caucasian world. Christening their battered pink tour bus "Priscilla," the trio heads for the outback and into crazy adventures in even crazier outfits. DVD 2204 Directed by Alice Guy-Blaché "A gay-themed Western seems as though it could only be a 21st-century creation.His short story "The Luck of Roaring Camp," for example, tells of a mining community's efforts to care for a foundling.Years later, John Ford and John Wayne would film a variation on the tale entitled 3 Godfathers (1948).Rabbit's moon, a fable of the unattainable (the Moon) combines elements of Commedia dell'Arte with Japanese myth.Eaux d'artifice portrays hide and seek in a night-time labyrinth of levels, cascades, balustrades, grottoes and fountains.But 93 years prior to Brokeback Mountain (2005), a gay cowboy named Algernon Allmore was already pioneering that cultural frontier in Alice Guy-Blache's comedy short Algie, the Miner (1912).