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Dragging It Out 

Wednesday, Sep 10 2008
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Filmmaker Tore Dahlin says he " ... wanted to make a movie as diverse as California." That's a damn tall order, but the result, Corky's Hot Ice, looks like it may actually have succeeded: Filipino goofballs, an Israeli Eurovision Song Contest winner, the town of Guerneville, a drag performer named Fierce Flava, assorted cops, and a diamond necklace are all featured. The plot concerns the necklace (stolen) and the people who want to find it (diverse); comedy ensues. Big dance numbers by the performers of Asia SF fit in there somewhere, and our favorite local drag performer, Steven LeMay, plays the titular criminal, Corky Hotpoint.
Sept. 12-18, 2008

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