REVIEWSTHEATRICAL RELEASESVIVA

VIVA REVIEWED “Viva” has been called many things since Ireland tried to get it an Oscar nomination. Many say that it’s a slight attempt at understanding the drag culture. While others didn’t get why Irish filmmakers were trying to make a film about Cuba’s Drag scene. So much of the film hangs on the traditional story of a father not approving of his queer son. Yet, there’s nothing else. Dad doesn’t like son being open....
September 17, 20162 min

VIVA REVIEWED

“Viva” has been called many things since Ireland tried to get it an Oscar nomination. Many say that it’s a slight attempt at understanding the drag culture. While others didn’t get why Irish filmmakers were trying to make a film about Cuba’s Drag scene. So much of the film hangs on the traditional story of a father not approving of his queer son. Yet, there’s nothing else. Dad doesn’t like son being open. Son wants to act out Kinky Boots: Havana Nights.

The family fights and then reconciles. All the while, you’re trying to forget the cock flash just 2 minutes into the movie. This film have its fans, but it’s not going to win over a new audience. Give it a stream out of curiosity.

FILM STATS

  • 1hr and 40 mins
  • R
  • Lionsgate

RELEASE DATE: 8/30/2016

  • 88%
    Film Score - 88%
88%

The Plot Thus Far

When his estranged father returns, a hairdresser is forced to quit performing at the local drag club.

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