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11/21/2008

We've seen 'Milk'

by Jeremy Hooper

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It's good. It's really, really good.

When watching the film, the gay community will surely be struck by how incredibly relevant the work is in today's political climate. Here's hoping the American public as a whole will pinpoint the pertinence, allowing this powerful work to remove the blinders from their eyes.

**The trailer

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Your thoughts

Absolutely - I walked out of the theater feeling both devastated but determined. It's a well-made film with phenomenal acting that, although telling a tragic story, manages to be empowering and inspiring for our contemporary situation.

Posted by: Richard | Nov 23, 2008 8:24:15 PM

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