By Kevin Fallon
When director Rhys Ernst and I met to discuss his new film, Adam , earlier this summer, it was several months after its well-received premiere at the Sundance Film Festival but still weeks away from its theatrical release. Ernst was anxious for that reason: “I think it’s a hard movie to talk about until you see it.” His film, out Wednesday, is based on Ariel Schrag’s controversial 2014 novel in which a […]
Making my Vulture debut reporting on Adam, the boycott, and allegations from a pair of extras I spoke to: https://t.co/nrxW1Dx6yG
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Good morning! Who wants to talk about cis-centrism and white inspiration porn? I'm back on @them tackling ADAM (yes, that one) and why it's not the rule-breaking queer satire it thinks it is: https://t.co/3iv5z0KYEQ
— Samantha Riedel @ FlameCon! (@SamusMcQueen) August 9, 2019
I have no interest in fostering an artistic culture that is focused exclusively on 'positive representations.' That's not art, that's marketing.
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