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John Schlesinger’s Academy Award-sweeping look at the life of Texas drifter Joe Buck (Jon Voight), who comes to New York to make his fortune as a male prostitute, is the only X-rated movie ever to win a Best Picture Academy Award.Directed with customary sensitivity by David Lean from Noel Coward’s script.From Annie Proulx’s moving short story came an even more moving film, thanks to gutsy performances by Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal as Vietnam-era Wyoming cowboys who fall in love against every code in their culture. Lawrence’s banned 1928 novel was all about the sex, and there is plenty of it here in this French adaptation.Gritty, moving and unforgettable, “Midnight Cowboy” shines a new light on low-lifes.Dustin Hoffman’s mumbling, limping, decayed “Ratso” Rizzo comes only two years after his boyish turn in “The Graduate.” Talk about range!