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ADVOCATE FOR FAGDOM: A PORTRAIT OF BRUCE LABRUCE

Posted by Jean Jessup on Saturday, September 24, 2011, In : Documentary 

Review on the Run: This documentary is about the life and films of Bruce LaBruce, a Canadian rebel in Gay culture.  Reflections of LaBruce's work were shared by filmmakers such as Gus VanZant, John Waters, Harmony Korine and others.  His actors were also interviewed, including Susanne Sachsse, the most prominent female in his later films.  Sachsse had many insights into acting out sexually explicit scenes and greatly contributed to the discussion on the difference between sex in porn and expl...
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OF DOLLS AND MURDER

Posted by Jean Jessup on Thursday, September 22, 2011, In : Documentary 

Review on the Run: Of Dolls and Murder is an engrossing documentary about the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death dioramas created by Frances Glessner Lee in the 1940's.  Lee's dioramas are still used effectively and famously to train police detectives in medical forensic thinking so homicide cases can be solved scientifically.  Many professionals were interviewed including forensic pathologists, police detectives, medical examiners, autopsy technicians, a producer from the CSI TV show and ...
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