Queerguru reviews ABOUT FACE about the very first super models

Bethann Hardison is an African American who was a very successful NY showroom model for years in the 1960s but it wasn’t until she appeared in her first TV commercial that her mother actually saw her work, and she was totally shocked. In those early days the word ‘model’ was often a pseudonym for a … Continue reading


For his directorial debut two time Oscar Winner Dustin Hoffman got himself an Oscar Winning Writer, Ronald Harwood (‘The Pianist’), a veritable who’s who of the cream of British actors led by two time Oscar Winner Dame Maggie Smith and yet all he could produce was a disapointing dud of a movie.  Such a waste of … Continue reading

Queen & Country

Veteran British Director John Boorman returns to his roots with this new movie …..his first for several years …picking up the story line from his masterful Oscar multi-nominated semi-autobiographical ‘Hope & Glory’ about a nine year old boy living through the London Blitz . Now a decade later young Bill Rohan (aka Boorman) is 18 … Continue reading

Queen Mimi

When aspiring actor Yaniv Rokah got a part-time job as a barista in a coffee shop in Santa Monica he very quickly struck an unlikely friendship with Mimi a short sprightly octogenarian who worked at the Laundromat on the other side of Montana Avenue. Rokah became fascinated with this extraordinary colorful old lady who it turns … Continue reading


It’s not often that the main character of a movie is so annoying that I just want to slap her legs hard in the hope that she will stop being so irritating, but this is one such case.  And in fact now I think about the rest of the cast, I would probably want to slap … Continue reading

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