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Rewatching Friedkin’s Cruising (excellent movie, by the way), it gives me the strong desire to invest in a snubby revolver, maybe a Ruger LCR or some S&W J-frame, but above all a snake gun, a Colt Cobra or Detective Special, if I can find one at a nice price without the postmodern ejector-rod shroud. 

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Father John Misty – The Night Josh Tillman Came To Our Apartment

Father John Misty has shared the video for “The Night Josh Tillman Came to Our Apartment”, off this year’s excellent I Love You, Honeybear. It’s a surreal romance that sees a suave Josh Tillman approaching a bummed-out version of himself at a bar. They hit it off and proceed to snort cocaine, go swimming, and, finally, hook up.

In a statement, Tillman said, “This video is partially inspired by the LeBron James quote ‘It is precisely the superficial differences between people who are otherwise alike that inform the hostilities between them.’ Special thanks to my body double Tyler who I had to kiss no fewer than two dozen times and whose breath I can still smell in my mind’s eye.”

Pearce said, “It has been an honor to explore the palpable sexual chemistry that exists between Josh Tillman and himself. I hope this video does their enduring love affair justice.”

Is it bad to hope for a The Beards/Father John Misty collaboration ?

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This new queer tv show Cucumber/Banana/Tofu is really briliant. One may or may not like the content (a mishmash of LGBT relationships in Manchester), but the form is really great, with a gorgeous picture, a level of staging quality than most French movies could only dream of, really great characters and funny situations. You don’t have to be gay to enjoy the show, but even if there is very little flesh exposed (probably less than in most of English teenshows), most episodes are very explicit (the titles relate to consistency of an erect cock). 

The one thing I really like is the triptych construction (Cucumber being the show following the main storyline and its characters, Banana focusing on several background characters storylines, and Tofu being a documentary about sexuality).  

For the content, it reminds me of some great Arte movies of the nineties (i.e. Tous les garçons et les filles de leur âge, without the coming-of-age point of view), and even if it’s really politically correct, it’s far from dumb. And for the form, it’s of course Black mirror that first comes in mind).

N.B. : the video spoiled a bit Banana S01E05.

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This new queer tv show Cucumber/Banana/Tofu is really briliant. One may or may not like the content (a mishmash of LGBT relationships in Manchester), but the form is really great, with a gorgeous picture, a level of staging quality than most French movies could only dream of, really great characters and funny situations. You don’t have to be gay to enjoy the show, but even if there is very little flesh exposed (probably less than in most of English teenshows), most episodes are very explicit (the titles relate to consistency of an erect cock). 

The one thing I really like is the triptych construction (Cucumber being the show following the main storyline and its characters, Banana focusing on several background characters storylines, and Tofu being a documentary about sexuality).  

For the content, it reminds me of some great Arte movies of the nineties (i.e. Tous les garçons et les filles de leur âge, without the coming-of-age point of view), and even if it’s really politically correct, it’s far from dumb. And for the form, it’s of course Black mirror that first comes in mind).

N.B. : the video spoiled a bit Banana S01E05.

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 I can’t… I’m sorry… I just… I don’t get how it’s dominant if they finish on each other…