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Out List (The)

USA, English, 60 mins

  • Director: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
  • Producer: Wesley Adams; Orlan Boston

CGiii Comment

Neil Patrick Harris: wow, that was uninspiring.
Janet Mock: who?
Dustin Lance Black: powerful.
Lupe Valdez: who? A religious nut-job.
Wade Davis: not exactly the brightest light in the house.
R. Clarke Cooper: delusional.
Lady Bunny: scraping the bottom f the barrel.
Larry Kramer: wow, now that was inspiring.
Wanda Sykes: and the point was?!?!?!
Christine Quinn: typical politician.
Jake Shears: ooooh a little controversial.
Wazina Zondon: dull.
Ellen DeGeneres: bright-eyed and dull.
Suze Orman: a woman with something to say financially.
Twiggy Pucci Garcon: who?
Cynthia Nixon: confused and dull.

...well, that was mind-numbing tedium...with some truly atrocious editing.


Trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

Through the voices of Americans from all walks of life, OThe OUT List explores the identities of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in America. In this series of intimate interviews, a diverse group of LGBT personalities bring color and depth to their experiences of gender and sexuality. With wit and wisdom, this set of trailblazing individuals weaves universal themes of love, loss, trial, and triumph into the determined struggle for full equality.

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