Small Town Gay Bar [DVD]
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Malcolm Ingram s Small Town Gay Bar focuses on the wider communities that surround two small gay bars in the deep south of America- Rumours in Shannon, Mississippi and Different Season/Crossroads in Meridian, Mississippi. The areas struggle with ignorance, hypocrisy and oppression, as the general populous is brought face to face with a vibrant and aware homosexual community. DVD-R: This title is manufactured-on-demand when ordered from The Canny Store using the highest quality DVD-R discs.
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It is not quite as ground-breaking or even extreme as other documentaries dealing with similar subjects, but you get a good feel for the bars and the people and you definitely get an idea about how difficult it can be to be gay and proud in an area that is not exactly known for its open-mindedness. 3.5 stars & worth a view!
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I would hope the filmmaker would think about doing a follow up for all the people depicted and what is going on there today..
For anyone in a small town, you probably live this life... But for those of us who are actually in a larger city and have access to several bars and LGBT friendly places, this should be a "must watch" video. We as a community have grown complacent and those who complain you only have the same old tired bars to go to, this film let's you know how lucky you are to have more than one! So glad I bought this film...
Done in a True documentary style , it seems obvious the film maker didnt have a huge budget to work with. But that is not the issue. It is the story that counts, so don't be expecting a Hollywood blockbuster. Get your big city friends to come over one night and have a LGBT movie night with this film. Then put on Sordid Lives!