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January 8, 2015

"Brokeback Mountain" Shirts

Behold!
The Brokeback Mountain Shirts (2632)
These are the very shirts (and photo and closet door, for all I know) from Brokeback Mountain on display in the Autry National Center in Griffith Park
. The shirts are on loan. Here's a video of the ceremony when the shirts went on display.

For those who are asking themselves "Huh? Shirts?" (and I know there are at least a couple) here are some videos to help. I'm trying to avoid "spoilers" for the benefit of those who think the enjoyment of a story is less because you've finished it.

Here is the end of the movie where we see the shirts just as they are displayed in the museum. Technically, it's not a spoiler, but if you have even just a single crumb of human empathy you can tell what happened before that scene.

If you're still all like "huh?" here's the beginning of the shirt story. Sometimes a fight is just a fight. This is not a fight.

If you still don't get it, then here's a third clip showing the convergence of the shirts. Technically not a spoiler in my book.

If you need yet more clarification, it's time for you to go see the movie. Netflix has it on disc, but not streaming. But it is available for streaming on Amazon.

Filed under Film/Movies,Gay Issues,History | permalink | January 8, 2015 at 11:25 AM

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