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Pride in the cinema: we’re disco.

We know this swell of ebullience, the British that became famous as the theatre director Matthew Warchus produced in his film pride – according to a true story from fairy tales and musicals: 1984 a clique of young gay activists from London decides to support striking coal miners. They call themselves lesbians and gays support the miners (LGSM) – lesbians and gay men for miners. The idea arose during the Gay Pride March in June 1984 mark (Ben Schnetzer), the quirligste of the activists will be insulted by passers-by as disgusting pervert – what was in those years still on the agenda. He calls his friend too: the strikers who hates the most? Margaret Thatcher, the police and the reactionary tabloids. Not known is that? The shared experience of exclusion and defamation made gay and strikers to allies. It seems mark, and his vision of this extraordinary Alliance will actually take shape. Against all probabilities and resistors. At the beginning, it is not so easy to bring the collected donations to the man for LGSM. Are miners not the paragon of macho mentality of that fear contact with gay as the devil in the holy water? Many strike Committee waving off once, until finally a small, remote village in Wales responded with an invitation. Cleverly, Warchus linked the great dramatic arc with the lines of development of individual destinies. In the struggle for the political thing unfold the characters, gain self-confidence, self-esteem, to the appropriate voice. Joke and Pantasie are needed. LGMS counters rushes a tabloid against the Alliance by pits and perverts, miners and perverse, with the Organization of a charity concert in London’s electric Ballroom under the title of pits and perverts, occur in the including Bronski beat. . Extended information can be found reading http://6bfd46d4b8f4cef17f15f018a5214e30.nappturaliteradio.com.