Lewis as Guido wasn't very good, and there were far too many changes to the book and score (I thought). Changing Guido's producer to his costumer took away that character's power, and made "Folies Bergere" a meaningless decorative piece.
In fact, I don't think that "meaning" has ever been Marshall's forte; he managed to eliminate most of it from Nine.
Phyllis Frelich - Children of a Lesser God Priscilla Lopez - A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine Lily Tomlin - The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe Original Cast - Nine (1982) Original Cast - Noises Off (1983) Original Cast - Sunday In The Park With George (1984) Joanna Gleason - Joe Egg
"The Wikipedia page on Yasmina Reza states that her father was Iranian, but of Russian heritage. His family fled Moscow in the early 20th century. So her father may have been an Iranian citizen, but it appears that Reza does not actually have any Asian heritage. I think for purposes of this discussion, we are talking about heritage and race, not just geography, yes?"
It may be just me, but it's this kind of microscopic focus that begins to sound a bit KKK-ish
It seems that we have come to a crossroads in history where discourse no longer has an effect (did it ever?). America’s booboisie has put a man and his followers who are as joyfully ignorant and amoral as themselves into power, and they now feel free to pursue all of their dark id-driven urges: “Every man for himself! Amass as much stuff as you can! Screw everyone else! Those who can’t care for themselves deserve to suffer
Update - I see your point, Kad. Hiding in the closet will only keep that status quo going (or worse).
Adding - "Who are the A-list Hollywood gay actors? Who are the gay actors that can have a movie advertised on the strength their name?"
Spacey is currently on television. He hasn't led the cast of a movie (or sold one based on his name) since - what? Beyond The Sea in 2004? He's a character actor in supporting roles, not a leading star.