Dangerous Living

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Released 2003

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Director:
John Scagliotti
Released:
2003
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Dangerous Living is a ground breaking hour-long documentary discussing the issue of international gay rights. It is directed by John Scagliotti and narrated by Janeane Garofalo. The documentary was screened at the 2003 San Francisco Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, and the film focuses on gay communities in developing nations like India, Vietnam, Honduras, and some African countries. The film explores the mistreatment and discrimination that homosexuals encounter. John Scagliotti conducts interviews of those affected, and they give their personal accounts on persecution and abuse against homosexuals that society perpetuates. John Scagliotti finding these human rights violations, shines a light on the many challenges facing the gay and lesbian community when deciding whether to come out of the closet for fear of their safety. The film also includes discussions on pop culture and the progression of changing views toward homosexuals in some of these under developed countries the film takes place in.

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