Pride ()

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It’s 1984 and miners in England are on strike against Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s plans to close pits. Their cause has unlikely appeal for Mark Ashton, a human rights activists who decides to take a group of people who had joined an early Gay Pride parade in London to rural England to show support for the (often socially-conservative) miners.

You can see how things might go wrong, but in this case they didn’t. This heartwarming tale is based on a true story. An easy, funny, and relevant movie about the bond that oppression brings to the oppressed. Super earnest, too.

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    • Starring

      Bill Nighy, Dominic West, Imelda Staunton
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    • Genre

      Comedy, Drama
    • Sub-genres

    • Directed by

      Matthew Warchus
    • Written by

      Stephen Beresford
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