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Strange Frame is by far the most original queer film that’s touched my DVD player in years. I’ll go one further: the self-described “first animated sci-fi lesbian rock musical” starring a cast of sci-fi star voice talent is probably the trippiest lesbian film ever made. You’ll know from that description whether you’ll love this 90-minute fever dream or shrug it off as a bizarro head-scratcher, but fans of seriously offbeat entertainment are in for a treat.

The story is set far in the far future, after a poisoned earth has been abandoned. Humanity is divided by class and by mutation – most of the working class (known as “debt slaves,” but you could probably just call them the future’s answer to the 99%) has been genetically modified to better suit them for their particular band of labor. Those in »

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