|Directed by||James Franco|
|Screenplay by||Stacey Miller|
|Story by||James Franco|
|Music by||Neil Benezra|
Sal is a 2011 biographical film depicting the last few hours of the life of Sal Mineo, one of the first major film actors in Hollywood to publicly acknowledge their own bisexuality or homosexuality. Mineo was murdered on February 12, 1976. The film, directed by James Franco, stars Val Lauren in the title role, and is based in part on Michael Gregg Michaud's book Sal Mineo: A Biography. The film also stars Jim Parrack, James Franco and Vince Jolivette in supporting roles.
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- "EXCLUSIVE: James Franco Eyes Return to 'Rebel' with Sal Mineo Biopic". Retrieved 6 November 2017.
- Team, The Deadline (1 October 2013). "Hot Trailer: James Franco's 'Sal'". Retrieved 6 November 2017.
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