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March 26, 1990 | DOUGLAS SADOWNICK
When Sara finds a gay porn magazine in her son Carlos' L.A. apartment, this Central American mamacita repudiates his lifestyle with all the guilt and rage embodied in her devout Roman Catholicism. But unlike many a devoted gay Latino son, Carlos doesn't succumb. "God made me this way, mama ," he proclaims. "I didn't choose being gay. I love you, but like it or not, you have to accept me and those I love."
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March 26, 1990 | DOUGLAS SADOWNICK
When Sara finds a gay porn magazine in her son Carlos' L.A. apartment, this Central American mamacita repudiates his lifestyle with all the guilt and rage embodied in her devout Roman Catholicism. But unlike many a devoted gay Latino son, Carlos doesn't succumb. "God made me this way, mama ," he proclaims. "I didn't choose being gay. I love you, but like it or not, you have to accept me and those I love."
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March 16, 1990 | ROBERT KOEHLER
"Setting: Shakley's crummy apartment in a crummy part of a crummy metropolitan city." This is the first item of information we have on Jerzy K. Cybulski's and W. Colin McKay's "Snitch," at the Fountain Theatre, and before the lights go down, we sense a piece of comedie noire coming our way. The ingredients are all here: buffoonish hero, his ex-lover who's having second thoughts, cops worse than the crooks and a plot that exists to put the screws to everyone.
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