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At once groundbreaking and an of-the-era time capsule, Friedkin’s adaptation of Matt Crowley’s landmark play is loaded with endlessly quotable bon mots and was one of the first depictions of gay male culture on screen. Aging queer Michael (Nelson) throws a birthday party for ultra-camp friend Harold (Frey) – but things take a dark turn when an unexpected guest shows up. Celluloid Closet author Vito Russo called it “the best and most potent argument for gay liberation ever offered in a popular art form.”