Reviews by Genre: History

* Content arranged alphabetically

The film reviews below are all of my published queer film reviews within the History genre.

What is the definition of the History genre?

Films where the primary focus is on real-life events of historical significance featuring real-life characters (allowing for some artistic license); in current terms, the sort of thing that might be expected to dominate the front page of a national newspaper for at least a week; for older times, the sort of thing likely to be included in any major history book. While some characters, incidents, and dialog may be fictional, these should be relatively minor points used primarily to bridge gaps in the record. Objective.

(according to IMDb’s genre guidelines)

5.0

Caught

Caught

5.0

The Laramie Project

The Laramie Project

3.0

Raid of the Rainbow Lounge

Raid of the Rainbow Lounge