Flips back and forth between black-n-white to color, as well as from past to present. The grainy film, super-low budget, and terribly exquisite over-acting remind me very much of an old 60's or 70's John Waters movie. Not to mention plethora drag queens and such seing as how this takes place the 1980's San Fransisco underground scene. What I found most interesting about the picture was the "school-house educational filmstrip" approach that the director used in the black and white scenes. Nice touch. I stumbled upon this in a Family Video Store. Glad I rented it.
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