From Peter Debruge's 6.11 Variety review of Steven Kijak's Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed: "During his lifetime, Rock Hudson was a model for American masculinity. That changed after his death, when the strapping, straight-acting (but occasionally sensitive) hunk from Winnetka became the poster boy for Hollywood homophobia: a closeted star who’d been forced to play a role his entire career that wasn’t true to himself, on screen and off.