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A vigilante drag queen, Destiny, takes in India, a homeless teenage run-away, after saving him from a queer bashing. Together with Destiny's other "rainbow child," Lester, they live together and become a family. After "working all day to put food on the table," Destiny "drags" up and with her silver pistol, patrols the streets of West Hollywood protecting "her children" and "other people's children" from the straight jocks who chase gays for fun or bash them for the rush. Against this unconventional setup but fully functioning "queer family" will India find true love or forever be a "cute one night stand?" Will Lester find a girlfriend and shave her legs and will Destiny find herself a man? … More
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The campier aspects of the film are not enough to make up for its lapses into melodrama and just plain silliness.
The dialogue is blunter, and harder for his amateur cast to pull off, while Lewis' stridency, however justified, ultimately jars against the film's tender, all-is-love fantasia.
As with Luster, Lewis' authentic tone, engaging cast and strong use of settings just about make up for his over-serious scripting.
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