Thursday, May 7, 2009

"Outrage", The Documentary Opens Tonight In Los Angeles

"Outrage" will initially be seen in limited release in selected cities, it's expected to attract influential audiences in important political organizing and fundraising centers such as Los Angeles, Washington and New York.
Outrage," is the political documentary by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Kirby Dick that is being screened tonight at 7:40 pm at the Embarcadero in Los Angeles. It attempts to explore the intersection between private lives and public conduct of closeted homosexual lawmakers. The film shows that many listed in the film oppose equal rights measures for gays because they're concealing their own homosexuality.
Some of those those named in "Outrage" are: California Rep. David Dreier, Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, former Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman, ex-Louisiana Congressman Jim McCrery, former New York City Mayor Ed Koch and ex-Idaho Sen. Larry Craig.

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