The Boys in the Band
The Boys in the Band is a 1970 American drama film directed by William Friedkin from a screenplay by Mart Crowley, based on Crowley's 1968 Off-Broadway play of the same name. It is among the early major American motion pictures to revolve around gay characters, often cited as a milestone in the history of queer cinema, and thought to be the first mainstream American film to use the swear word "cunt".
The film is set in an Upper East Side apartment in Manhattan in 1968.
|contentLocation||New York City|
|editor||Gerald B. Greenberg|
|keywords||birthday party closeted homosexual college roommate drink fashion photographer game gather hustler interior design male prostitution one person phone call recovering alcoholic roman catholic sexual encounter struggle upper east side|
|productionCompany||Cinema Center Films|
|publisher||National General Pictures|
|theme||high school lgbt-related|