Ang Lee's "Brokeback Mountain" set tongues wagging at the annual film festival with scenes of homosexual love in the wilds of Wyoming
One of 20 movies vying for the coveted Golden Lion at the world's oldest cinema competition Venice festival is the most eye-catching "Brokeback Mountain." The Ang Lee's film has created a sensation for audiences attending the ceremony with its homosexual love scene in the wilds of Wyoming.
The film, stars Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal, focuses on a tale of forbidden love that begins in 1963 and ends 20 years later and is predicted to be one of Hollywood A-listers that will obviously gain huge success. Well, let's hope so.