This highly unorthodox documentary follows the crooked path of Benjamin (no last name). He lives in a hidden neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia called "Cabbagetown." Drag-queen, speed-freak, ...
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This highly unorthodox documentary follows the crooked path of Benjamin (no last name). He lives in a hidden neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia called "Cabbagetown." Drag-queen, speed-freak, all-around renegade, Benjamin left the straight (in every sense of the word) world behind a long time ago.
Great film. Can't wait for the video. Wonderful, touching
I really enjoyed this film. I saw it at the Edinburgh Film Festival and met the producers/writers. I also saw them at the Spirit Awards. This film should definitely be in theaters. It's just so intriguing. And I would love to purchase the sound track.
Good luck. Robin
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