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Blu-ray Review - Saturday Night at the Baths


1975's "Saturday Night at the Baths" presents a time and place for audiences during the decade, with co-writer/director David Buckley offering a snapshot of celebratory happenings involving the gay community. Instead of simply making a documentary about time at the Continental Baths, the production hopes to touch hearts and minds with this drama, which examines one man's journey of sexuality, making discoveries about himself while working in a scene he doesn't fully understand at first. "Saturday Night at the Baths" is no great offering of storytelling, but it does have a distinct fingerprint when it comes to detailing a moment in history, capturing the jubilance of performance and the thrill of living free, with Buckley understanding more about the scene than the demands of dramatic structure. Read the rest at


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