The subject of anti-gay politicians' secret gay lives is so complex and distasteful that mainstream media won't touch it unless forced to—by Mark Foley's e-mails or Larry Craig's "wide stance" or Jim McGreevey's irrepressible hunger for cock. So thank God for Kirby Dick, the Academy Award–nominated documentarian who does the dirty work of exposing some of America's most notorious closet cases. His film is fearless, methodical, and, in a promising sign of the times, inspires more pity than rancor. UPDATE FROM DAVID SCHMADER: As commenters have noted, Outrage's Seattle run has ended. My apologies for the snafu (sometimes the folks at Landmark are poor communicators), and Outrage should be on cable and/or video soon.