In this week’s issue, director David France (How to Survive a Plague) shares gritty inside details about Welcome to Chechnya, a powerful new HBO documentary about LGBTQ refugees running for their lives. Click on the cover below to read the issue now or download it for reading on any device later.
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Also: We talk to Rufus Wainwright about his new album (which gets a 4-Star review from our critic), The High Note director Nisha Ganatra, reviews of Netflix’s The Old Guard and Mucho Mucho Amor, and offer up a ton of news and vintage scene from the year 1998.
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