There’s a lot more to former New Jersey governor Jim McGreevey than just being a “gay American.” This insightful documentary shows that one’s past afflictions can, at times, be divine interventions.
If there’s one thing to expect from Charlie Vaughn’s “totally rocking superstar extraordinaire” comedy, it is to expect the absolute unexpected.
Leave everything you know about Divine at the door: this well-crafted documentary presents the drag superstar, also known as Glenn Milstead, as an actor with a lot of heart, soul, and desire.
About the only reaction you will have after watching this Berlin-based, hallucinogenically-driven thriller can be summed up in two words: quit trippin’!
Goes With Any Outfit!
The highlight of this darkly humorous mocumentary about a gay couple’s nightmarish birthday party for their adopted daughter is, surprisingly, an astonishing dramatic performance from Helen Shaver.
The Real Most Interesting Man In The World
The horrific murder of 15-year-old Larry King by his 14-year-old classmate Brandon McInerney is heart-wrenchingly examined in this Philadelphia premiere of Martha Cunningham’s documentary at QFest.
‘The United States was founded by the brightest people in the country – and we haven’t seen them since.’