As a stud/AG/butch queer woman, Cleo’s sexuality is cemented in the film as she is paired with Ursula, a beautiful femme woman who showers her with attention. Their relationship (the only depiction of a serious committed and long-term relationship in the film) is not a debate or a site of controversy and it is in that space of normalcy that it is the most transformative and powerful.
Cleo also plays the role of the one to call people out and force them to make the difficult decision.
Cleo’s final act of loyalty to the crew and what cements her as one of the most classic ride-or-die characters of all time.
"Set It Off" - 1996
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