Queerguru’s José Mayorga reviews the World Premiere of GOD SAVE THE QUEENS @Tribeca Film Festival

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  NO ONE CAN MAKE YOU HAPPY BUT YOU… The 126m  dramedy introduces us to Klein/ GiGi de Janeiro (Jordan M. Green), Marmalade (Kelly Mantle), Stevie Dix (Alaska Thunderfuck)  and Rita (Laganja Estranja), four protagonists that do professional drag shows in Los Angeles for a living.  While being together at a Gurus´ retreat to relax … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews TRIPLE THREAT ….. when diverging dreams meet the realities of adulthood.

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  Triple Threat is a very modern story about three friends, Chloe (Stacey Maltin), Maggie (Margarita Zhitnikova) and Gus (Jay DeYonker), who meet whilst at college in New York. Chloe and Maggie develop a musical together, Firefly, and following a threesome with Chloe and her boyfriend, Gus joins the cast. This happens after the existing … Continue reading

Sean Baker’s RED ROCKET discovers the real actor inside Simon Rex

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  The movie and TV industry are supersensitive nowadays about any actor (or executive) who is accused of making unwanted sexual advances or inflammatory speeches. In the past few weeks the Networks didn’t wait a single second to fire actor Chris Noth and comedian Jeff Garlin for such inappropriate behavior (at the time of writing … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah is entranced with EL Planeta : a mother/daughter pair of con-artists

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    El Planeta is the debut feature film of Spanish artist, and now also film director, Amalia Ulman. The film premiered at this year’s Sundance Film festival to an enthusiastic audience. Ulman is the director, writer, producer, and star of the film. Her own mother, Ale Ulman, is also in the film, making her … Continue reading

Queerguru reviews MASCARPONE a delectable Italian queer dramedy

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  The opening scenes of Mascarpone, a new queer dramady  from co-directors Alessandro Guida and Matteo Pilati, is set to send shivers down the backs of quite a few gay men in long-term relationships. A rather oblivious Antonio (Giancarlo Commare) is abruptly told by his long-time husband Lorenzo (Carlo Calderone) that their marriage is over as … Continue reading

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