Monday, March 21, 2011
Tonight at 8:00 & 10:15 — 8:00 show SOLD OUT! Introduced by Jonathan D. Katz!
When filmmaker James Bidgood recently hosted Queer|Art|Film, there was much discussion about his underground erotic gay masterpiece Pink Narcissus. This month, we’re thrilled to welcome Jonathan D. Katz, curator of the groundbreaking – and censored – gay portrait show Hide/Seek, to screen Bidgood’s wild, thrilling, and very hot film. Painstakingly created over six years, PINK NARCISSUS imagines a young hustler’s journey from innocence to depravity, and features some of the sexiest “trade” of the ’60s, as well as multiple cameos by legendary playwright Charles Ludlam. A bona fide queer masterpiece, don’t miss PINK NARCISSUS on the big screen!
- Country USA
- Rating NR
- Year 1971
- Running Time 71 minutes
- Director James Bidgood
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