From the Archives: Arthur Dong (1998)
- Aired: 06/23/1998
- Rating: NR
Winner of two awards at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival, filmmaker Arthur Dong goes inside prison to probe the minds and souls of men whose attitudes towards homosexuality have led them to murder. In this archived interview about LICENSED TO KILL, Arthur Dong explains the reasons for making this film, as well as his opinions on hate crimes, gay bashing, and a need for tolerance in our society.
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