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Hex

Now that you've had a chance to see both the original show -- has it changed or enhanced your opinion of Cinema Verite any?

I found it far more intriguing than I thought I was going to, but like you it made me want to find the original series to see where the ideas were born from.

seeldee

Wow. Watching that interview was a strangely moving experience for me. So much bravado and he is fronting so hard there but also showing a lot of vulnerability. He comes across as intelligent and self-aware, opportunistic and eager to please. Fascinating - thanks for posting this!

wannabeontop

wait - how can one watch the entire American Family. I know it's supposed to be boring at times, but I got time...

Laurie

You can watch the entire thing at pbs.org for free, or you can buy it on DVD.

Bobo

A million hearts for this video.

Rain

I can't seem to find a link to view it online, on PBS.org, or anywhere else. Any tips?

Ezenwa

I don't even know what to say.

rsoemary

He told me I was his Cinderella !! It' s not a fair tale,it's true.
I'm a normal girl, not very beautiful or sexy. I never think anyone will love me until I met him in

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I totally believe this after our first date.

Don't wait, you will be the next !

Littlefriendsof

I had no idea he was behind The Mumps! I've loved that demo version of "Crocodile Tears," like forever. Lance Loud!

Maya

wannabeontop and Rain: PBS re-ran the entire series this past Saturday after the premiere of Cinema Verite, but the full episodes are not on the PBS website and the series has not been released on DVD yet.

There are some excerpts here: http://www.thirteen.org/american-family/

JH

Oh I love Lance Loud. Cinema Verite was an awful experience (James Gandolfini is the least versatile actor of all time), but I love that it's turning people on to the real Lance. Yay.

Llew

I've often thought that people who blame flamboyant/campy gay men for being too "stereotypical" are really missing the point because to be so actually requires a lot of intelligence, creativity, wit, and a quick sense of humour. And what's stereotypical about that?

April

Just so you know... it's not the modern attention span that's the problem. My mom says it was boring back in the old days too.

Amiee

Posts like this are a great reminder of how different things were in pop culture not very long ago. Sort of off topic - I just re-watched my favourite movie from childhood, Mannequin. There is a flamboyant gay character - Hollywood the window dresser - and all throughout the film he is referred to as a Mary, a Fairy, etc. and I was sort of surprised to realise as a kid I obviously didn't understand it was related to his sexuality, but the casual nature of those comments was a huge reminder how things have changed - thanks to a lot of really brave public figures (no, not talking about Lady Gaga, ugggh)who have continued to be themselves.

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