Synopsis: The plot revolves around the 1969 Stonewall Riots, the violent clash that kicked off the gay rights movement in New York City. The drama centers on Danny Winters, who flees to New York, leaving behind his sister. He finds his way to the Stonewall Inn, where he meets Trevor before catching the eye of Ed Murphy, manager of the Stonewall. He colludes with corrupt police and exploits homeless youth.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Roland Emmerich
Production: Roadside Attractions
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
129 min

Get back inside! Get back inside!

Get back inside!

Hey! Don't be scared.

Don't be scared. They ain't gonna bite you.

Come back, little lost sheep.

I could be your shepherd.

Apollo 10 astronauts

Colonel Tom Stafford,

Commanders John Young

and Eugene Cernan

appear to be in excellent condition

after their splashdown

in the Pacific today.

They were picked up by

the USS Princeton...

Aw, poor little thing.

Long way from home.

Starving and dragging a suitcase

like a little baby chicken.

I'm not starving, sir.

I just had two hot dogs.

Oh, you want a third? Hmm?

I'm kidding.

You need somewhere to rest

your pretty little head

and collect yourself?

I happen to have a comfy little place

right around the corner.

No, I can wait. Thank you, sir.

Whoa, but I'm sure

they're worried to death.

I bet they're by the telephone

right this second saying...

"When will he call?"


The moment I wake up

Before I put on my makeup

I say a little

prayer for you

Queen Tooey, leave him alone! Jesus!

You never stop, and you sound terrible.

Ray, darling, I sound just fine

for somebody who's had a

dick in his mouth all night.


Girl, from the looks of you,

that's the least of your worries.

Listen up, kid.

Don't follow this one

unless you want to end up

tied to a chair and

smothered in pancake batter

or whatever that shit is.

- Coca-Cola, please.

- Yes, sir.

Have a nice day, boys,

and remember, don't talk to strangers.

Do you know him?

Her? Yeah, I know her.

Why did you call him Queen Tooey?

Because she goes into people's cabinets

and steals their Tuninal.

Beans? Jeebs? Downers?


Oh, baby, you don't know nothing, do you?

I know I don't want to be tied to a chair

and covered in pancake batter.

I don't know.

It could be fun. Sticky but fun.

I already got you all figured out, okay?

- Yeah? How's that?

- Hey, mama.

Let's see. Grew up in Kansas, right?

On like a pea farm or whatever.

Kissing goats and your

daddy was the preacher,

but secretly a little whoopsie, right,

and Mama probably baked apple pies

and, uh, wrote your name in your underwear

with tiny thread.

Okay, well, A, I'm from Brooktown, Indiana,

and B, I did not grow

up making out with goats,

and C, I'm here because I'm actually going

- to Columbia in the fall.

- Oh, Columbia.

That's right, and hang on,

what the hell is a pea farm?

Look, small details, baby.

Once you realized what you really were,

you had to run away from home

to find your ass and quick.

And what am I?

Well, you certainly didn't

come to Christopher Street

for the pizza.

I didn't run away from home. Kicked out.

Hey, look, run away, kicked out.

All that really matters

is now you're here, right?

And you don't know what is what.

Welcome to New York and keep up.

Yo, everybody. This here's Danny.

He's on his way to Columbia in the fall.

Danny, meet my little ladies of the night.

Queen Conga, straight off the boat

from some godforsaken island.

And this Beatle groupie

over here, that's Quiet Paul.

And the chicken bone is Little Lee.

What's up, man?


Nobody gonna introduce me?

And this pathetic creature is Orphan Annie.

How long you been working the streets?

Annie, the boy just got

here. I mean, look at him.

Gee, he looks a lot like Justin.

I sure hope you don't end up like him.

What did you just say?

I didn't say nothing. I was just saying,

hope you don't end up like him.

Don't you fuckin' talk about

Justin, you little bitch!


I'm the bitch? You're the bitch,

picking up a know-nothing,

white trash twink.

Just don't be talking about Justin, okay?

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Jon Robin Baitz

Jon Robin Baitz (born November 4, 1961) is an American playwright, screenwriter, television producer. He is a two time Pulitzer Prize finalist, as well as a Guggenheim, American Academy of Arts & Letters, and NEA Fellow. more…

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