Queer as Fact

Pride (2014)

July 8, 2021

Following on from last week's episode on the 1980s UK activist group Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners, today's Queer as Fiction episode delves into the 2014 film adaptation of the historical events that led to LGSM. 

Join us for a discussion of the film's presentation of politics, (more) hatred of Thatcher, and why Pride feels about three seconds away from being a musical at all times.

Check out "All Out! Dancing in Dulais", a documentary made by LGSM and mentioned throughout the episode, here.

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