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Behavior Americans Won’t Tolerate in a Fictional President

Behavior Americans Won’t Tolerate in a Fictional President

BY ANDY HUMM | Kevin Spacey is finished. No one will be able to look at him again without thinking about the fact that when he was 26, he cornered a 14-year-old boy on his bed and tried to force himself on the boy sexually. While Spacey said that he had no recollection of the attack […]

Kevin Spacey’s Career-Ending Abuse Started 30 Years Ago

Kevin Spacey’s Career-Ending Abuse Started 30 Years Ago

BY ANDY HUMM | Kevin Spacey is finished. No one will be able to look at him again without thinking about the fact that when he was 26, he cornered a 14-year-old boy on his bed and tried to force himself on the boy sexually. While Spacey said that he had no recollection of the attack […]

Hollywood MIA at Lincoln Center

Hollywood MIA at Lincoln Center

BY STEVE ERICKSON | There’s something new about the 55th edition of the New York Film Festival that may not be apparent at first glance. There’s basically no participation from conventional Hollywood studios. The festival has not given up on showing mainstream cinema, such as the opening night film (Richard Linklater’s “Last Flag Flying”; Sep. 28, 6 […]

“Orphan Black” and the Queer Identity Game

BY KELLY COGSWELL | Thanks to that devil Netflix, I’m now hooked on “Orphan Black,” the sci-fi series in which lays a slew of cloned women who are caught between the evil scientists who created and study them and the religious fanatics who want to see them all dead. You could read the whole show as […]

It’s Tough Out There

It’s Tough Out There

BY MICHAEL SHIREY | “Fuck you. My time is worth something,” Sam says with a smile before walking off set — quitting his job. The scene is a perfect culmination of the season finale of “Whatever this is.,” the web series that is nearly flawless in capturing the angst of discovering your personal worth while […]

Orange is Not New, and Prison is Not Our Best Color

Orange is Not New, and Prison is Not Our Best Color

BY SUSIE DAY | Twenty-five years ago, I, a hapless reporter on assignment, went to the DC Jail and met the woman who was to be my life partner. I interviewed her about her political bombing case; we fell in love; I visited her in various prisons for 11 years; she was released; we’re now spending […]