A highly personal documentary by Arthur Dong, who, having once been the victim of gay-bashers, interviews a series of men convicted of deadly hate crimes. The killers come from Arkansas, Illinois, New York, Texas and Minnesota; they're a Benetton ad of
murderers, black and white, remorseful and unrepentant, handsome and unattractive, well-educated and pig-ignorant. Most are fairly glib and frighteningly well-versed in the cliched rhetoric of popular psychology: "I gotta let it go," says Corey Burley of the memory of shooting a gay man in a
Dallas park. "Maybe some good come of it," opines Donald Aldrich, noting that his offense helped prompt new hate-crime legisla...