Celluloid Closet, well what is in the closet. Oh crap, what is in the closet? Let us see what is in the closet! Oh no, I have grapes in my mouth, now lets us see what is in the closet. Open up the closet. I was quite pleased to see the film Celluloid Closet because it is very uplifting and cheerful to watch. It is a documentary film I must tell you about homosexuality in the Hollywood and the revolution it has gone through. You see how homosexuals were first portrayed in films as the sissy and flamboyant. You see an oldie from Charlie Chaplin. There are oldies where gender roles are reversed. However, the film then talks about when freedom in film became a crime as the moral production code came around and bar certain scenes and stories to be heavily censored. It is a shame I must add. You then go on about how homosexuality in films where to be handled and the fate that character would receive. The manner and responses that writers did to include those taboo subjects, but keeping in covert. The documentary goes on and becomes a huge joy to watch.