Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean
U.S. Dramatic Features
(USA , France, 2012, 93 mins)
SCR: Matthew Mishory
Many have speculated on the bisexuality of Hollywood legend James Dean, but few have explored it as vividly and creatively as in this film, which imagines the period before Dean became famous. As Dean carries on affairs with his male roommate, female classmates and older benefactors (including Robert Gant, “Queer As Folk”), his lovers grapple with their inability to hold on to a shooting star. Director Matthew Mishory's visually stunning film harkens back to the New Queer Cinema while offering a bold new vision.
Mon, Jul 16th 9:45pm
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