Queerly Ever After is Amanda's bi-monthly column that takes a look at LGBT films where characters get a romantic happily-ever-after. The column is a mix of review, analysis, and interview and looks at films from all over the world. New articles come out every other Monday.
Stars And Stripes And Oh, Mr. Smith:
An Analysis Of THE TELEPHONE BOOK
"By placing the most revered American iconography in a pornographic setting it makes a statement about the perversity of the country."
This analysis of 1971's The Telephone Book takes a look at a forgotten film about the sexual liberation era. Unfortunately, this film is no longer streaming on Netflix.