nasty piece of work, this one. a little restraint would have gone a long way, but the ridiculous level of cat-and-mouse tension the director is able to sustain for so much of its runtime is nothing short of impressive. all the same... eugh. I need a shower.
a moving exploration of the damage caused by 80’s homophobia, the enduring resonance of horror for LGBT audiences, and the catharsis of reclaiming one’s narrative when it once seemed lost to time. heartbreaking and heartwarming in equal measure. what a story, Mark.