A miserable conman and his partner pose as Santa and his Little Helper to rob department stores on Christmas Eve. But they run into problems when the conman befriends a troubled kid, and the security boss discovers the plot.
Billy Bob Thornton,
Walt Koontz, a homophobic guy, ends up with paralyzed vocal cords because of an unfortunate stroke. His therapy includes receiving singing lessons from a neighbor who is not only openly flamboyant but also a pre-op transgenderist. Both of them are equally prejudiced; Koontz against homosexuals and the neighbor against close-minded straight people. Written by
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Hoffman was perfect. He must've researched Divine.
Thank you Phillip Hoffman. You brought aspects of Divine back to life. Although I viewed Flawless a few yrs. back, you took my breath away as of course did Robert DeNiro. Am so looking forward to seeing Capote, although who knows if it'll ever reach the Netherlands. I'd love to know about your method acting education as that is/was my true calling. Your transcendent talent speaks to so many. Your intellect as well. I did get to see Ripley in which you easily rose above all other performances. Would love to know if & when Capote will be shown in Amsterdam. Thank you again for the inspiration you give to so many. What role is next for you?
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