Stonewall Movie Review 1995

Information and Film Reviews for Stonewall the Movie

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Fictional account of the June, 1969 police raid on Greenwich Village gay bar the Stonewall Inn, which is considered to have launched the modern gay rights movement. White-bread, midwestern activist Matty Dean (Weller) arrives in New York and gets thrown in jail for defending streetwise drag queen LaMiranda (Diaz) from harassing cops. They become lovers but Matty is also involved with conservative prepster Ethan (Corbalis), who thinks the flamboyant queens give the gay movement a bad name. Meanwhile, the drag queens at the mob-backed Stonewall are getting fed up with police raids and brutal treatment. Adapted from Martin Duberman's social history "Stonewall." Director Finch died during the final editing stages of the film.

Distribution

BMG Entertainment, 1540 Broadway, New York, NY 10036-4039, Phone: (212)930-4000, URL: http://www.bmg.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 93 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
True Stories, Gays, New York, New York, Cops, Gender Bending, Romantic Triangles, Nightclubs, Philadelphia
Screenplay
Rikki Beadle Blair
Cast
Frederick Weller, Guillermo Diaz, Brendan Corbalis, Bruce MacVittie, Duane Boutte, Peter Ratray, Luis Guzman
Cinematography
Chris Seager
Director
Nigel Finch
Music
Michael Kamen
Producer
Christine Vachon, George Faber, Anthony Wall, Strand Releasing

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