Matthew Warchus directs this British drama inspired by real events
during the 1984 miners' strike. When activist Mark Ashton (Ben
Schnetzer) garners support at a Gay Pride rally in London for his
plan to raise funds in support of the striking miners, he
encounters a surprising impediment to his plan: most mining
communities refuse to take money from gay and lesbian groups.
However, one Welsh village, Dulais, seem grateful for the support.
Mark and his friends hire a minibus and visit the villagers to
consolidate the relationship. Though the villagers don't completely
accept their visitors straight away, the community, which includes
Hefina (Imelda Staunton), Dai (Paddy Considine) and Cliff (Bill
Nighy), gradually warm to Mark and his friends as they realise the
common causes that bind them.
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Mon, 26 Aug 2019 | Review by: Jenny S
Uplifting and inspiring :-)
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