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Leave It on the Floor (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Musical | 3 August 2012 (UK)
Set in the ballroom world originally memorialized by the documentary Paris Is Burning, Leave It on the Floor is an original musical set in the scene in Los Angeles 2011.

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Bradley Darnell Lyle
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Carter
Phillip Evelyn ...
Princess Eminence (as Phillip Evelyn II)
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Queef Latina
Cameron Koa ...
Duke Eminence
James Alsop ...
Eppie Durall
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Deondra Lyle
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Caldwell Jones (as Demarkes Dogan)
Hailie Weaver ...
Ball Cashier / Hailie Allure
D.J. Fatha Julz ...
MC at 1st and 3rd ball
Lady Red Couture ...
Christina Allure
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Glam House Mother
Daveione Williams ...
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House of Eminence Member
Koreyo Kreame ...
House of Eminence Member / Voguer
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Our African-American hero , Brad is bullied by his dysfunctional mom; he flees his home and by chance tumbles down the rabbit-hole into the LA ball scene where he finds a ragtag new famiiy. With music by Beyonce music director, Kim Burse, screenplay and lyrics by Glenn Gaylord choreography by Beyonce dance master, Frank Gatson Jr. and eye-popping visuals and direction by Sheldon Larry, the film is an ode to the wild funky and heart-aching life of this amazing underground. Written by Sheldon Larry

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I'm Willing
Lyrics by Glenn Gaylord
Music by Kim Burse and Brittani Washington
Produced and Arranged by Kim Burse
Vocal Production by LeDon Smith, Kim Burse and Sheldon Larry
Orchestration by Scott Tibbs
Performed by Christopher (CJ) Emmons
Executive Produced by Sheldon Larry
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Works on multiple levels
8 September 2012 | by See all my reviews

I wouldn't have the amazing background knowledge of cinesnatch (and that review is fantastic by the way) but on a more simple level this movie should be watched by young LGBT people and older ones struggling with being LGBT.

It's an inspiring movie that explores many of the issues encountered by being LGBT.

It's outrageous, it's fun, it's tragic and sad, and it's a celebration of life and living.

Highly recommended for watching with friends or at your favourite LGBT club or gay bar.


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