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“Claiming the Promise"
Bible Study, March 15th after mass
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Pot Luck Dinner March 22, after Mass
Integrating our spirituality with our sexuali-
ty through scripture, personal prayer, Christ-
ian community, an active love of neighbor,
and liturgical celebration.
Catholic Mass every
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Dignity Dallas is a member of
Dignity/USA, a national organization of
Catholic lesbians, gays, bisexuals,
transgenders, and their
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don't sympathize with it.
Priestley is responsible for most of
the film's humor, between his film clips
and his pretensions and ambitions that
Giles encourages. He probably thought
he was playing Brian Austin Green.
Based on a novel by Gilbert Adair,
Love and Death on Long Island was writ-
ten and directed by Richard
Kwietniowski, who has created excel-
lent gay shorts and documentaries for
British television. (His Alfalfa is one of
my all-time favorites.) Shooting much
of his first fictional feature in America
may have been overly ambitious. He
does a creditable job but puts no per-
sonal stamp on the work.
Love and Death on Long Island is not a
great film but it's a good one, worth
your time and money if the premise
interests you and you want to see the
always reliable Hurt in a role befitting
his talent. Besides, it's worth the price
of admission to hear him say, "Hey,
dude, how's it hangin'?" ▼
Opens today exclusively at the UA Cine.
Lifestyles of the poor and hopeless
Oldman’s Nil by Mouth is an intense and poetic look at misery, abuse and addiction
By Steve Warren
You want grim? I'll give you grim.
Try two hours and eight minutes of
substance and spousal abuse among
working-class South Londoners. It's
called Nil by Mouth and it's a good film
if you can stomach it. Gary Oldman's
debut as a writer-director is based on
memories of people he knew growing
up. It could easily be mistaken for a
Mike Leigh film, which is high praise
The relative plotlessness takes as
much getting used to as the accents, but
you eventually realize that words and
events are not what matters. The infor-
mation we need is conveyed by the
faces of the excellent cast — nil, as the
title would have it, by mouth. With a lot
of overlapping dialogue and sometimes
loud music, it's obvious we're not
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Vercher, Dennis. Dallas Voice (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1998, newspaper, March 13, 1998; Dallas, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth616063/m1/34/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.