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“It’s that mixture of being proud to have queer characters, being proud to tell queer stories, but not wanting your film defined that way, and having this sort of narrow idea of it, when I think it’s very similar to traditional American narrative, in terms of a character dealing with very severe obstacles—repression, profound grief—and then having love enter her world, and that expanding her.” To view Deadline’s TIFF conversation with Deadline Studio at TIFF 2017 is presented by Calii Love, Watford Group, Philosophy Canada, and Equinox.
Special thanks to Dan Gunam at Calii Love for location and production assistance; and Ontario Camera for equipment assistance.
, there is a film to talk about only because of the talented women behind it who, looking for an opportunity to work with one another, ultimately created that opportunity for themselves as producers on the project.
“The script had been around eight years; the movie wasn’t really necessarily going to get made,” Mara explains.
For a long time, I don’t think people believed in alcoholism, you know, and I think we're probably at the threshold of a decade of serious sex addiction. I'm expecting that to go in the spring; we couldn't do it in the summer.
I think Internet pornography is a good way in, and unlimited amounts of pornography could kick things off. " And then you go into these sex-addict meetings, and you hear these stories of people who are masturbating a hundred times a day and have to go to the hospital because there's nothing left and they whittled it down and they're bleeding. Larry Kramer and Ryan have been working on this new draft, which is really good, and they're able to do a lot more than even the play was able to do as far as sexuality and the real trials and tribulations of living with people in that time with AIDS and caring for them.
I mean, it wasn't outrageous or gratuitous, but we were taught to be comfortable with our bodies, and there was no innate kind of Christian-Judeo projection of shame onto sexuality.
I was raised in a household that was very kind of accepting of sex.
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At ten times what it was last October, the app’s small user base (around 10k downloads on Google Play) is growing faster than your action figure collection. Why feel guilty for leaving Fluffy at home when you could organize a double date?
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