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04/12/2010

Video: Summer. NYC. LGBTs saying 'Oh hell no!' in unison

by Jeremy Hooper

Coming this spring/summer to a theater near you:


Stonewall Uprising Playdates [FRF]

It may not gross as much as Sex and the City 2 surely will. But without the sense of liberation that Stonewall sparked, Carrie and Miranda wouldn't be trodding off to Connecticut to watch their gay pals get married: Instead, they might just spend the film wondering why they keep dating so many nice young men with impeccable style and good grooming, but who'd clearly prefer to star in Can't We Just Talk and the City? No amount of box office can buy the alternate freedom.

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