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|提及的人：||Paris Barclay; Ulrike Ottinger; Madonna; Rupert Everett; Ruth Ellis|
Linda Prout; John Scagliotti; Katherine Linton; Laurie Lewis; In the Life (Firm); WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
|注意：||Title and episode number from cassette label.
Originally broadcast as an episode of the public television series, April/May 2000.
|制作人员：||Music, Laurie Lewis.|
|演员：||Host, Katherine Linton.|
|描述：||1 videocassette (57 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.|
|其他题名：||In the life (Television program).
America's gay & lesbian newsmagazine
America's gay and lesbian newsmagazine
|责任：||writer, Linda Prout ; created by John Scagliotti ; a Thirteen/WNET presentation ; a production of In the Life Media Inc.|
Included are stories about: the Rainbow Support Group in Connecticut which supports mentally retarded adults who identify as gay, lesbian or bi-sexual; Paris Barclay speaks about what it's like to be gay and a top television director/producer; interview with German filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger who's films bend gender and sexuality norms; a look at a same-sex marriage bill being voted on in Vermont; a look at the portrayal of transgender people the films "Boys Don't Cry" and "Gendernauts"; interviews with Madonna and Rupert Everett about their roles in the film "The Next Best Thing"; and interviews with Ruth Ellis the oldest living lesbian in the United States.
- Barclay, Paris -- Interviews.
- Ottinger, Ulrike, -- 1942- -- Interviews.
- Madonna, -- 1958- -- Interviews.
- Everett, Rupert -- Interviews.
- Ellis, Ruth, -- 1899-2000 -- Interviews.
- People with mental disabilities.
- Homosexuality in the workplace.
- Homosexuality in motion pictures.
- Same-sex marriage -- Law and legislation.
- Transgender people.