THE SCREENING ROOM

ON DVD: Leave It On the Floor, The Last Of England, Indie Features, And More!


Have we got some realness  for you this week: vougeing, disco, and low-budget indies!

First, its the video-on-demand release of Leave It On the Floor, an exuberant musical about a black gay man’s experience in Los Angeles’ vogue-ball scene. More music and dancing informs the long-awaited Criterion release of Whit Stillman’s retro-comedy, The Last Days of Disco, while Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleston have an affair in The Deep Blue Sea. Also out: Pioneering queer filmmaker Derek Jarman’s experimental masterpiece, The Last of England (above), comes to Blu-ray, and gay characters figure heavily in the American indies Invisible Ink and And Then Came Summer.

FIRST: Leave It on the Floor

 

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  • streeteditions

    PARIS IS BURNING remains a classic.

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