De-Lovely is a film based on the life of Cole Porter, which manages to deal with Porter’s well-known homosexuality despite its PG rating.
Although US reviews of the film have been mixed (ranging from CNN’s wonderful to the Los Angeles Times’s de-lousy) it has been commended for the open way it tackles Porter’s extra-marital affairs.
It also has a fabulous soundtrack featuring Elvis Costello, Alanis Morissette and Robbie Williams (among others) performing Porter’s best-loved songs.
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