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Parting Glances (1986)
Starring: John Bolger, Steve Buscemi, Richard Ganoung
Director: Bill Sherwood
Category: Gay, Drama, Independent
Studio: First Run Features
90 mins



"Passionate!"- New York Times

Heroic, funny and romantic, Parting Glances is a triumph for everyone who has ever been in love -- straight or gay.

The story concerns two men Michael and Robert, who have been lovers for years.Robert is being transferred out of the country for two years, leaving Michael behind.Their best friend Nick, who is also Michael's former lover, is dying of AIDS.So begins a surprisingly funny, wonderfully acted love story set in the gay scene of Manhattan.

Parting Glances, a pioneering film of gay cinema, is about the loyalties of friendship and the vicissitudes of romantic love.It's about the relationhip between gays and straights.And it's about how we all try to do our jobs, be there for our friends and keep a love affair going -- all at the same time.