The release of longtime dance videographer Charles Atlas's documentary about London scene-maker Leigh Bowery coincided with the Broadway run of TABOO, a musical account of his life produced by Rosie O'Donnell and starring '80s pop sensation Boy George. But talk of a Bowery revival would be overly optimistic; he was legendary only in the fabulous sense that his outré antics mesmerized a small group of hipsters. The rest of the world never noticed. Born and raised in the conservative, working-class Australian town of Sunshine, the strapping, 20-year-old Bowery decamped for London in 1981 and lived his short life — he died of AIDS in 1994 — as non-stop performance art. ...