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The Hollywood Reporter: The Secret Disco Revolution

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Donna Summer's "Love to Love You Baby" was "the musical expression of the feminist critique of three-minute sex." There were no double entendres in such songs by the Village People as "Y.M.C.A." and "In the Navy." Thelma Houston couldn't dance to "The Hustle." And the disco movement, which apparently has roots dating back to France and Germany under the Nazi occupation, was "a time that conscience seemed to forget."

These are among the alternately illuminating and preposterous observations meted out in TheSecret Disco Revolution, Jamie Kastner's quasi-satirical documentary in which the disco years are alleged to have been nothing less than a powerful liberation movement for women, blacks and gays. Oh, and it was really, really fun. Read more - 

Laura Baron Kastner