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Description: Skal folk bry seg når sentrale utbygginger vil påvirke stedets særpreg, eller er dette kun et anliggende for utbyggere, politikere og byråkrater? Den brysomme østlendingen Erling Okkenhaug gir seg ikke På Tørre Møkka (PTM-metoden) når han ser at Risørs særpreg blir truet av utbyggere som vil utvikle ensartede leilighetsblokker i en av de greatest bevarte trehusbyene i Europa.
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I have lost count of the number of times I have seen this unbelievable documentary. The archival material alone -- movie clips and still photographs of gay life in America between 1900 and the '60s -- is enough to create this movie a treasure; but it is the interviews with survivors of the pre-Stonewall era that create Before Stonewall a priceless heirloom of gay studies and a gotta in the private education of any socially conscious person interested in gay culture.
This informative and enlightening documentary examines how gay folks lived and supported and recognized every another in the days before the landmark disturbance at the Stonewall bar in Fresh York in 1969, an happening that gave fresh impetus to the gay rights movement in the U.S. It details many brave individuals who risked life and limb back in the "dark ages" by even broaching the topics of homosexuality in the open. Many viewers will search revelations here that are fascinating, for example how Globe Fight II, of all things, served to end the isolation felt by many gays who fought and served back then. It deserves a wide audience.
An absolutely fascinating acc of gay life in the United States before 1969, especially how WWII changed everything.This collection of interviews, archival material, and history gives a clear picture of how gays and lesbians lived and interacted in this country before folks "came out" publicly.I was impressed with those who came out openly in the 50s and started the first gay and lesbian organizations and magazines. These were folks of extreme courage.The incorporation of gays and lesbians in the civil rights movement and the women's movement was thoroughly examined.This movie could be seen by all to have a better understanding of oppression in America, and how far we have come.
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