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For anyone who loves a great story two that I love are set in the world of the LGBT Community .

 

Pride

is a low budget movie that is set in the U.K  1980's Miners Strike and the support the miners of the Welsh Valleys found from the LGBT Community in Londan that formed life long friendships . Based on true events of that time .

 

Kinky Boots 

Again based on true events . Charlie Pride inherits a run down dept ridden Shoe factory his partner wants to sell it to make luxury appartments . A chance meating with Lola sets up a chain of events that leads to the Salvation of the factory its management and workers .

 

 

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7 minutes ago, nefilim said:

Not sure if this fits @Scary Hair in this thread in your opinon, but kinda similar film, and good one too. The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Guy Pearce excellent as always, and Hugo Weaving.

 

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EXACTLY What I mean @nefilim ??.

 

The cast so superb and the story is just so uplifting as if you can not be youself then what is the point .

 

Another stand out Transgender performance was Jerard Leto in Dallas Buyers Club . So genuine in the way he brought Raylons struggles to the screen .

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Blue Is the Warmest Color.

And there are awesome Plain Archive releases.

 

" Adèle's life is changed when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire and to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. In front of others, Adèle grows, seeks herself, loses herself, and ultimately finds herself through love and loss. "

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7 minutes ago, 45Caliber said:

I was interested in watching The Normal Heart with Mark Ruffalo. I recall reading the play back in High School or so (before Cinema, I believe) and thinking it was pretty powerful.

 

Not familiar with this one at all 45Caliber . Will deffinately look it up as I have not seen a bad movie with Mark Ruffalo in it . Hes a solid bomb proof watch in my book .

 

@nefilim

 

One that I think is underestimated is To Wong Foo , Thanks for Everything ! Julie Newmar . That deals with some very difficult situations and topics . Infact I need a re watch on that AND Priscilla ??.  

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I liked Milk a lot. Having lived in San Francisco where the gay community thrives now, it's hard to image it as portrayed in the movie with police being so hostile, shaking down clubs and whatnot. An excellent performance by Sean Penn and a crazy story in general. The "Twinkie" defense used in the murder trial. "I killed him because I had too much sugar"??!!

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15 minutes ago, 45Caliber said:

I liked Milk a lot. Having lived in San Francisco where the gay community thrives now, it's hard to image it as portrayed in the movie with police being so hostile, shaking down clubs and whatnot. An excellent performance by Sean Penn and a crazy story in general. The "Twinkie" defense used in the murder trial. "I killed him because I had too much sugar"??!!

 

Yes. Very Good Movie !

 

Tho Mickey Rourke should have won that year. Hands down. And I like mr. Penn !

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