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Manuelis working his way through all the LGBT-themed HBO productions.

Last weekwe talked about polygamy and homosexuality inBig Love, all the while singing Chloe Sevigny’s praises.This week, we focus on the“genius” Todd Haynes, who's obviously on our minds what with our infatuation withCarol.HBO, as we’ve seen, has always celebrated and supported out gay filmmakers, from Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman (Common Threads,The Celluloid Closet) and Cheryl Dunye (Stranger Inside) to Gus Van Sant (Elephant) and Alan Ball (Six Feet Under).It makes sense that Haynes’s adaptation ofMildred Pierce, led by the incomparable Kate Winslet found a home at the cable network.

We could spend all day gabbing about this languid adaptation but I’ll keep it short and sweet today with5 Reasons Todd Haynes’sMildred Pierceis deliciously gay...


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