Mysterious London record label PC Music is on the verge of not being so mysterious anymore, gearing up for a pop music takeover, but in one of the strangest attempts in a very long time.
Coming from former Soviet nation Lithuania, where anti-gay hostility remains high this seems a brave and defiant film -- but none of that sours the sweetness at its core.
Arthur Allen writes, directs, and stars in a coming out story of a different sort: A middle-aged straight man emerging from the shadow of his long-held prejudices.
The arrival at the Legion of Honor of the latest extravaganza, tastefully titled "High Style: The Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection," is a much-anticipated event.
You'll party like it's 1975 when you attend Mutha Chucka's Sex Drags and Rock n Roll, her outrageously fun drag review at the Castro bar Midnight Sun.
When a group of young people (two men, two women; three Brits, one American) decide to set themselves up in a remote house as a little unit -- a commune? A four-way marriage? Something without a label? -- the usual questions start up in the viewer's mind.