The Classic Queer Cinema Collection • Drama, Horror, LGBT, S (Sexual Content), L (Coarse Language), TV-MA, 01-Jan-1991
One of the most important and celebrated works of the early '90s New Queer Cinema movement, this landmark queer classic from award-winning director Todd Haynes tells three interwoven short stories, examining the AIDS crisis, the work of Jean Genet and more through allegory and a variety of genres.
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