Realising that they share common foes in Margaret Thatcher, the police and the conservative press, London-based gay and lesbian activists lend their support to striking miners in 1984 Wales.
Harvey Milk, an American activist, faces several difficulties while fighting for gay rights and becomes California's first openly gay official to be elected to public office.
A Single Man
Nominated for an Oscar for Best Actor, Colin Firth portrays George Falconer, a depressed homosexual British university professor living in Southern California in 1962. George wants to kill himself after his partner of 16 years dies in a car accident. On his last day, his chance meetings with students, colleagues and his best friend Charley help him make a decision.
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