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A Royal Secret : the real-life story of when the King of Sweden fell in love with a man

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  You may have to keep pinching yourself that this very intriguing TV mini-series is based on a true story as there are times when it simply belies belief.  It’s the stuff of fairy tales when a King falls in love with a commoner although it’s usually with a member of the opposite sex, unlike … Continue reading



Queerguru at The Movies @ OUTshine Fort Lauderdale

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  Ten years after OUTshine Film Festival (formally Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival) started in 1998, it gave birth to its younger offshoot in Fort Lauderdale.  Slightly ironic as the city a mere 30 miles away,  has actually  become one of the top cities that LGBTQ seniors chose to retire. Miami itself is known … Continue reading



Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews LONESOME an Australian queer love story refreshingly told with sex-positivity

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  The opening scene of Lonesome resembles a Hollywood Western as our protagonist Casey (Josh Lavery) keeps pace with the sun while running away from his reality. He dons a cowboy hat and the classic blue jeans and white T-shirt combo that immediately endow him with an eye-candy-cum-rebellious persona. His face has the sharpness as … Continue reading



Queerguru’s pick of MUST SEE FILMS at OUTshine Film Fest in Fort Lauderdale

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  OUTshine Film Festival is about to kick off its second Fest of 2021 : the Fall is the time for Fort Lauderdale to be front and center.  It may be the ‘younger sister’ of the Miami Beach Event each spring but as they share the same management and excellent programming team it has gained … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews Bo McGuire’s debut feature documentary SOCKS ON FIRE

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  Socks on Fire is poet Bo McGuire’s debut feature documentary about his family in rural Hokes Bluff, Alabama. The film won Best Documentary Feature at the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival. The main storyline is the feud between one of his aunts, the homophobic Sharon, and his Uncle John, a flamboyant drag queen, over the … Continue reading



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