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Hong Khaou talks about his new film Monsoon, which offers a fresh look at Vietnam via a very modern gay love story.

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“Foreigners in a foreign land, finding a sense of hope”: Hong Khaou on Monsoon
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Why do we treat serial killers’ gay victims as dramatically disposable?
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White Riot review: the story of rock’s anti-racist revival
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Bill & Ted Face the Music review: the Gen X dad dudes unleash their daughters

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Bill & Ted Face the Music review: the Gen X dad dudes unleash their daughters

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Ratched review: Ken Kesey’s Big Nurse gets botched surgery

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