Parting Glances

Parting Glances
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William

The poor script and fairly uninteresting characters as well as a snail's pace pretty much sink this movie. There are much, much better gay movies than this one.

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Sandi

It was such a time......really captured the spirit.

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Scott

I wish they'd make a sequel to this.......

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Mike

Really excellent!!! An accessible, well paced movie. Not your typical AIDS movie at all -- it's there but is not the focus. Much more fun than I had imagined. Bill Sherwood was a pioneer of New Queer Cinema with this, his only film. Don't miss it!!

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Rick

I avoided this movie for decades, expecting it to be another dreary, depressing tale about lives destroyed by the great epidemic of those days. Instead, I found uplifting humor with mostly realistic characters. A good mid-80's period piece.

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Joni

classic!!!!!!!! steve buscemi was such a cutie

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Chase

This is probably the best 'gay' movie I've ever seen. It's smart, a good mix of humor and drama, tackles an extremely important topic that's still relevant today, and gives a fascinating glimpse into NYC's gay life in the 1980s.

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