Lilies
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Love, jealousy, revenge and forbidden homosexual passion color this alternately campy and dramatic adaptation of a play by Michel Marc Bouchard. Operating at different levels, the story begins in 1952 inside a Quebec prison chapel where hard-core convict Simon Doucet offers confession to Bishop Bilodeau who has come especially to see him. But no sooner does the Bishop enter the confessional than he is locked in by other inmates and forced to watch them enact gay love scenes from the play The Death of San Sebastian. The story moves backwards to 1912 when Bilodeau and Simon were lusty young… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 100%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The central relationships are compelling and intriguing, and Greyson is so good at freshly telling a story that we are pulled right in."
‑ Rich Cline, Shadows on the Wall
"Greyson deserves much credit for realizing an outrageous theatrical conceit with clarity, consistency, and an arsenal of cinematic ideas."
‑ Bob Satuloff, Film Journal International
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