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on June 22, 2000
What Happened? This is a sad follow-up to the incredible "If These Walls Could Talk". I was excited about the potential when I first saw the show advertised. Homosexuality can be as divisive a topic as abortion in our society and the potential for this film to reach out and enlighten the hetrosexual population in the same manner as "ITWCT - 1" was great. Once again, the film contains a trilogy of shorts each depicting a different era. It starts out with a bang with Vanessa Redgrave (who was absolutely incredible)portraying an elderly lesbian dealing with the death of her partner. I was in tears by the end of this first segment. It was even more poignant because the situations she encounters are still realities in today's world; they have not been relegated to the past. Unfortunately, the second segment seemed to be a re-hash from "Boys Don't Cry" - It almost felt like it was something that hit the editing floor from that movie and the producers wanted to still use they stuck it in here. The third and final episode was absolutely the lamest....basically an R-rated Ellen episode with lots of prolonged bedroom scenes between Sharon Stone and Ellen. All in all, I would buy this for the first segment, but feel that more time should have been spent on development of the other two stories.
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