Gay guru and fading icon Malcolm wants to escape from Homo Heights town, which is ruled by drag queen and leader of gay mafia Maria Callous.

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Clementine
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David Fenley ...
Ethel (Stan) Merman
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Blanche
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Gay guru and fading icon Malcolm wants to escape from Homo Heights town, which is ruled by drag queen and leader of gay mafia Maria Callous.

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Would recommend to many of my friends.
5 March 2004 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

Though not a cinematic masterpiece, which I did not expect it to be, I thought the film, was endearing and very original. The camp element was surprisingly funny, considering it was written by a Lesbian, which in my opinion shows that Sara Moore has wonderfully campy and eccentric friends. The main reason I enjoyed the film so much, is to achieve camp, you have to totally believe what you are saying, if you try and be funny, you're not funny. Stephen Sorrentino excelled at this as "The Donna" he believed 100% of what he was saying. I have recommended this film to a lot of my friends, and I wish that Sara Moore would direct another chapter of "Homo Heights." John Martin San Diego, CA.


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