Andy Warhol said that we'd all be famous for 15 minutes, but he may have missed the mark. As it turns out, everyone will be famous for long enough to have a feature-length film made about their life.

Klaus Nomi was a 1980s musical oddity I had never heard of, but presumably enough people had to merit making a movie about him. Nomi was a real oddity, even for the glam-stricken '80s. Classically trained as a falsetto opera singer, he found himself in a world with no demand for classically-trained falsetto opera singers. Pop was in, particularly hair bands.

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