Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Comedy • R • 2001 • 1 hr 35 min
Conceptually dated (so possibly triggering for some), but within the context of the time, this is a great musical with amazing music.
I havent seen this in ages but the music and the message in the songs can really sick with you through the years.
Great character development, storyline, and songs. Always leaves me singing for days
Great performances, story and music from one of my favorite musicals!
I was moved to tears. This is amazing, though I wish the trans lead was played by a trans actress.
Beautiful costumes, plot, soundtrack, characters. Talks about non-binarism and the USSR without falling into clichés. A modern classic.
Amazing songs, amazing acting and an amazing story, this might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it is one of my favorite movies
"This may not be everyone's cup of tea", but definitely "interesting".
Hedwig and the Angry Inch delivers a powerful rock musical with emotional depth and a captivating performance.
A glam/punk gender breaking blast, this cult classic taught me to love myself and hand dry wire bras. Great tunes.
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