The doc reminds us that in the early 1980s, William S. Burroughs’s rediscovery in America was just underway, and it bears witness to this quiet renaissance.
This re-release of Croneberg’s ecstatic masterpiece is cause for celebration. Mugwump jism can’t be beat.
The film is a smartly written, deeply engaging portrait of a movement just about to begin.
This is a documentary that can tell the sometimes bitter truth and still conclude with an unambiguously heartening flourish.
This treatise on how homosexual sociology thrived before being validated is required viewing.