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David O. Russell
Robert De Niro
Seriously? A whole film with interviewees who supposedly represent the LGBT community, yet bisexuality is little more than an afterthought tacked on at the end.
This film suffers from exactly the same narrow-minded, bigoted, un-inclusive thoughtlessness that it rather self-consciously pats itself on the back for tackling.
As a bisexual man, I wasn't represented in this "LGBT" film at all. The only bisexual person in it was a woman who didn't even identify herself as bisexual. Her reason: the LGBT community don't even acknowledge bisexuals. Well, after seeing this film I guess she was right. Shame, shame, shame! Seriously!
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