Article Title:What the critics said about Out Takes 2004 movies
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Published on:11th May 2004 - 12:00 pm
Story ID:244
Text:It's a little over two weeks before Out Takes, NZ's annual gay and lesbian film festival, begins. If you haven't had a chance to flick through the programme yet, here's a chance to look at some of this year's highlights, listed by category, as well as a few lines of representative critical opinion from around the globe. CATEGORY: GAY ROMANCE “Latter Days” Christian, a handsome party boy and serial monogamist, accepts a $50 bet that he will be able to seduce the straight Mormon boy who lives next door. A cynical bet develops into a love affair that made this film into one of the year's most controversial and had the Mormon Church all in a tizzy. What the critics said: “Soapy and melodramatic as anything, this nevertheless emerges as a powerful, moving story of love and faith.” – Film Journal International “Yossi   
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