Wednesday 15 January 2014

Any Day Now Short Review

5 Stars of Them against Us.
Alan Cumming (X-Men 2) plays a blinding role as Nightclub lip-sync artist Rudy Donatello and your heart will melt when you get to know Marco, (Isaac Leyva) a newcomer to film.

Directed and co-written by Travis Fine, (The Thin Red Line), he has the era and the filming style bang on as the belts were high, the collars were wide and the ties were a breakfast.
The scene is set in West Hollywood California 1978 the time of intolerance and the words "gay bashing" were De rigueur and nobody batted a false eyelash at the discrimination.

119248_bbanyrudyRudy enjoys his job, lip-syncing with his friends Johnny Boy, (Doug Spearman, Cradle 2 The Grave)and PJ, (Randy Roberts, One Life to Live) but struggles to pay his rent with his earnings. The apartment block he lives in is not the most salubrious and his neighbour Marianne, (Jamie Anne Allman, The Killing) is a drug addict and plays loud music all the time which annoys Rudy greatly as it will hurt the hearing of her son Marco, Isaac Leyva, who has Down's Syndrome and is prone to lock people out as he cuddles his favourite toy, a 'blond doll'.

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