See it if you're interested in LGBT history - and the role of a little-known same-sex relationship in early 20th century American art and commerce.
Don't see it if you want a top-notch production. Truly *fascinating* story, it deserves better story-telling. The tale holds interest quite well, though.
See it if Scenes from the life and career of the creator of the first image with sex appeal used to sell products. Framed by a lecture.
Don't see it if Early 20th century gay romance. Leyendecker and model/lover try to live with discretion. His brother, also a gay illustrator, was alcoholic.
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