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“JUMP, DARLING” SHOWS HOW FAR QUEER NARRATIVES HAVE COME, BUT DOESN’T QUITE STICK THE LANDING

I’ll say one thing for Phill Connell's indie film Jump, Darling straight away: it is frankly refreshing to see a gay-boy-in-a-small-town storyline that doesn’t take the To Wong Foo or Pricilla approach. That is to say, despite taking place in a small Canadian country town east of nowhere, the film’s flamboyantly queer protagonist does not…

‘MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM’ ISN’T BLACK AND WHITE

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom successfully manages an impressive balancing act. There’s an inherent tension running throughout the biopic genre; they typically choose between portraying their central figures as unblemished messiahs and a more controversy-driven “warts and all” approach. At its best, Mandela proves this to be a false dichotomy. It’s perfectly possible to celebrate…

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