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Written by Ernest Tidyman and directed by William Friedkin, “The French Connection” is a gritty police drama based on a true story. Set mostly in New York City, but with a couple scenes in Marseilles, two NYPD detectives follow a hunch that lead them on a wild chase following suspected criminals with connections to European drug kingpins. 471 more words
Today is my birthday. What would I love more than anything to celebrate 44 years on this planet? World peace? Sure. An end to poverty? That would be on my wishlist. 192 more words
Altered Innocence has released a new US trailer for the film, Knife + Heart. The film tells the story of a queer porn producer in the late-70s that becomes frightened when her actors are being murdered by a masked killer. 400 more words
The Boys in the Band (1970) | Mart Crowley’s ground-breaking queer drama still has the power to shock!
The Boys in the Band was one of earliest directorial efforts of William Friedkin (who had impressed with his 1968 adaptation of Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party, 251 more words