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The Queen

1968 - ENGLISH - MOVIE

Documentary

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  • Jini Score
    64%
  • Critics Score
    68%
  • Rating
    7.2/10
  • Box Office
    $ 0 Million
  • Jini Score
    64%
  • Critics Score
    68%
  • Rating
    7.2/10
  • Box Office
    $ 0 Million
courageouspricelesseternalpatheticinteresting
The Queen is a 1968 American English-language Documentary film featuring Jack Doroshow, Jim Dine, Bruce Jay Friedman, Bernard Giquel, Rachel Harlow, Jill Krementz and Pepper Labeija. The Queen was Produced by Si Litvinoff and Don Herbert. The movie is directed by Frank Simon. Grove Press acquired the distribution rights for the motion picture. The Queen was released on 17th June 1968 and takes a screen time of 68 minutes. and it received positive reviews from critics when it was released. The movie made a box office gross of $2 million. Cinematography was done by Frank Simon, Ken van Sickle, Robert Elfstrom, Alfons Schilling and Joseph Zysman and editing by Fred Shore and Geraldine Fabrikant

The Queen Reviews and Ratings

Average Review Rating : 5.0/5

100%

Positive Review Rating : 72%

72%
  • A gutsy, funny, pathetic, really very moving documentary about the 1967 All America Camp Beauty Pageant. ( Read More )
  • Rogers Movie Nation

    My husband is in the service hes in Japan now, wouldnt go for that. ( Read More )
  • Chicago Reader

    More interesting in some ways for its period flavor as a zoom happy, all over the place 60s document than for its depiction of the drag event, though both aspects have some value. ( Read More )
  • New Yorker

    Simon reveals racial tensions among the contestants as well as the eternal conflict between life worn troupers and talented young newcomers. ( Read More )
  • Straight

    The movie is by turns a historic document, a milestone of queer filmmaking... ( Read More )
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