Paul Monette: The Brink of Summer's End (1996)

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1 March 2000 | corn-6
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| An inspiring film about an inspiring individual
What an amazing person Paul Monette is! And what a great tribute to his life this documentary is! I've read all of Monette's non-fiction work and quite a bit of his fiction. For those of you who have not yet read his non-fiction, please do so. Becoming A Man, Borrowed Time, and Last Watch of the Night were all extraordinary, passionate, and painfully honest masterpieces of gay literature. This film captures a glimpse of the man whose sincerity and heroism served to uplift a generation of men who were imprisoned by the closet and another generation who can now stand proud of themselves and those they love.

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1996

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English


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USA

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