The Living End

  • 1992
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

Reputedly made for a paltry $23,000 by underground LA filmmaker Gregg Araki, THE LIVING END is more admirable as a sheer technical feat of filmmaking than as a sustained dramatic narrative. It still makes worthwhile viewing, particularly for gay audiences starved of images. No sooner has Jon (Craig Gilmore), a petulant, underemployed freelance film critic,...read more

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01:44 — Trailer for The Living End. A picaresque tale of two HIV-positive gay men -- one a writer, the other a studly, gun-toting drifter -- who hit the road (more…)

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  • Released: 1992
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Reputedly made for a paltry $23,000 by underground LA filmmaker Gregg Araki, THE LIVING END is more admirable as a sheer technical feat of filmmaking than as a sustained dramatic narrative. It still makes worthwhile viewing, particularly for gay audiences… (more)

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