Attention, American Ace Attorney advocates! Listen, Layton lovers located in the Land of Liberty! Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright has finally washed up on your shores after almost two years of waiting! To celebrate, I’m shamelessly reblogging my review of the European version. Take that!

Attention, American Ace Attorney advocates! Listen, Layton lovers located in the Land of Liberty! Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright has finally washed up on your shores after almost two years of waiting! To celebrate, I’m shamelessly reblogging my review of the European version. Take that!

Floating Skyscrapers’ director definitely calls it “the first Polish LGBT movie”, which is good enough for me. But you’re right, In the Name Of came out two months earlier and I’m not sure what the distinction is supposed to be. Maybe it’s just a marketing thing.

Can anyone shed some more light on this?

I wonder if CeX published this today to coincide with Pride, or if it’s just a coincidence. Either way it’s kind of fitting, especially considering Floating Skyscrapers’ credentials as Poland’s first gay-interest film.
I’m working on a couple more reviews for CeX at the moment. They should be popping up in the next week or so, so please do follow me and let me know what you think.

I wonder if CeX published this today to coincide with Pride, or if it’s just a coincidence. Either way it’s kind of fitting, especially considering Floating Skyscrapers’ credentials as Poland’s first gay-interest film.

I’m working on a couple more reviews for CeX at the moment. They should be popping up in the next week or so, so please do follow me and let me know what you think.