P.C. vs. Art

Bret Easton Ellis writes:

“Homosexuality and disease and the closet isn’t the point, suffering and victimhood is not at their center, and ideology is pushed back in favor of simple storytelling. These are films in which a character’s sexuality doesn’t become the whole pathetic reason for the movie to exist. This is, remarkably, in American movies, a new thing.”

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  1. posted by Jorge on

    “These are films in which a character’s sexuality doesn’t become the whole pathetic reason for the movie to exist. This is, remarkably, in American movies, a new thing.”

    Ehhhhhhh. The movie? Maybe. The script in the movie? No. It’s not like the reason I’m self-aware is because I’m gay.

    So, what-ever.

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