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Paris Is Burning

Equally outrageous, funny and touching, Jennie Livingston's acclaimed documentary looks at a very vocal segment of the gay community: the drag 'houses' of Harlem that compete in elaborate fashion shows known as 'Balls', with contestants dressed as Vogue models, socialites, military men and other sartorial stereotypes.

Year: 1990
Genre: Documentaries, Queer Cinema, Transvestism
Country: USA
Director: Jennie Livingston
Starring: Dorian Corey, Pepper Labeija, Venus Xtravaganza
Duration: 76 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains offensive language and nudity.
8.1/10
Location in store: Queer Cinema
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