Todd Haynes docu announcement

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Re: Todd Haynes docu announcement

Post by peppergomez » 08 Jul 2021 05:22

Thanks all. Looks forward to it.
Another review
https://variety.com/2021/film/reviews/t ... 235013500/

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Re: Todd Haynes docu announcement

Post by hkmartin » 08 Jul 2021 05:46

It will be released on Apple TV+ on October 15.

https://www.apple.com/tv-pr/originals/t ... derground/

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Re: Todd Haynes docu announcement

Post by dial4 » 08 Jul 2021 15:03

peppergomez wrote:
08 Jul 2021 05:22
Thanks all. Looks forward to it.
Another review
https://variety.com/2021/film/reviews/t ... 235013500/
Thanx. This review is pure shit.

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Re: Todd Haynes docu announcement

Post by peppergomez » 08 Jul 2021 15:45

Ha. The reviewer's taste does indeed suck (anyone who "hates" WL/WH is not a VU fan).

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Re: Todd Haynes docu announcement

Post by Sheila Klein » 08 Jul 2021 18:56

So much for the promised "queer" read. This from the Guardian review:
And what about sex? The film is a little reticent here too, more about the underground than the velvet, and it leaves the issue of Reed’s own sexuality more or less untouched. It left me with a real need to buy their records and buy something to play them on.

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Re: Todd Haynes docu announcement

Post by iaredatsun » 10 Jul 2021 06:31

hkmartin wrote:
04 Jun 2021 07:37
Sigh, was supposed to be on Apple TV this summer.

This says the Apple TV date is now in October:
https://realscreen.com/2021/06/03/canne ... ng-lineup/
At least we know that the October date you found was correct now.
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Re: Todd Haynes docu announcement

Post by iaredatsun » 10 Jul 2021 06:32

Sheila Klein wrote:
08 Jul 2021 18:56
So much for the promised "queer" read. This from the Guardian review:
And what about sex? The film is a little reticent here too, more about the underground than the velvet, and it leaves the issue of Reed’s own sexuality more or less untouched. It left me with a real need to buy their records and buy something to play them on.
It did feel like an idle PR angle at the time it was said.
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Re: Todd Haynes docu announcement

Post by Mark » 12 Jul 2021 22:31

Sheila Klein wrote:
08 Jul 2021 18:56
So much for the promised "queer" read. This from the Guardian review:
And what about sex? The film is a little reticent here too, more about the underground than the velvet, and it leaves the issue of Reed’s own sexuality more or less untouched. It left me with a real need to buy their records and buy something to play them on.
Queer doesn't necessarily equal sex.
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Re: Todd Haynes docu announcement

Post by taxine » 13 Jul 2021 10:47

peppergomez wrote:
10 Jul 2021 15:18
This review is worth a read:



https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movie ... 234978007/
Wow,looks a cool doc.Thanks for posting.
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