Adapted Synopsis: "Openly gay private investigator Donald Strachey is hired to investigate the attempted shooting of John Rutka; a notorious publisher of a magazine mandated to "out" prominent New York citizens. Following his internal instinct Strachey walks away from the case, only to be propelled back in when Rutka's murder becomes front page news. Only is everything what it appears to be? Based on the book by Richard Stevenson, as adapted for the screen by Mark Saltzman, this in many ways is a breath of fresh rainbow coloured air; for exit stage left the well-tread coming out, rom-com, if not the descent into drug fuelled hell scenarios of many a gay feature and enter stage right a private investigator who happens to be gay, just doing his job. Not that this film is not laced with many a biting comment, as a story constructed around a gay rights activist infamous for outing celebrities stepping out of line, can only but speak of the hypocrisy of those who go out of their way to denounce homosexuality, yet are all too happy to engage in acts of man-sex behind closed doors. Backed by an atmospheric jazz styled score, including the lush end credit song "Martinis By Moonlight" by Bill Buckingham and singer Ronnie Way and complete with Matthew Rush doing what he does best, well almost, given no surprise for guessing who's supplying the full frontal nudity of the piece, this is a production that belies its modest budget, thanks largely to the film's light and shade being handled with an abundance of TLC.
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On the Other Hand, Death is a gay-themed mystery film. Private Investigator Donald Strachey is under the impression he is tailing an unfaithful housewife for evidence that she is cheating on her husband, but it turns out that the "housewife" is actually an undercover cop who promptly arrests him. After six hours of questioning, the cop, Officer Gina Santer, and Detective 'Bub' Bailey let him go, but instruct him to turn over any information he obtains on the client that claimed Santer was his wife. Most of the info on file at Strachey Investigations about this mystery client is fake. Meanwhile, at the home of Dorothy 'Dot' Fisher and her partner Edith Strong, Dorothy chases out a vandal after he breaks into their home and spray paints homophobic graffiti on their wall.
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Ice Blues was screened in select markets in Canada in the summer of on the pay station Super Channel , but did not premiere in the United States until September 5, on here! TV network. One was script quality; the producers felt that the adaptation of the novel needed substantial revisions to the overall plot. The other was the desired weather conditions for shooting, as Ice Blues was meant to take place in winter, so plans to shoot in May were shelved and filming was postponed until December of that year or the winter season of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Canadian actress Natalie Brown actress has really great eyebrows. Also, a lovely smile. The pilot starts out with Sophie, pregnant in that could-you-hold-this-basketball-while-I-slip-on-my-really-cute-snuggy way that drives so many female television viewers to drink, visiting a fortune teller. Eyes all but rolling back in his head, he informs her that she is about to have her worst year ever and that just when she thinks she is at the bottom, she will realize she has just begun to fall. In short order, we meet her BFF Matt Jeff Geddis , a doctor mercifully free of standard gay conceits, except, of course, the neurotic best girlfriend.