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Stephen Fry, the most famously witty man in Britain, gets to play Oscar Wilde, his equivalent a hundred years ago. The difference is that being a gay man with a clever comment for every occasion was rather more dangerous then. This film covers Wilde's disastrous relationship with Lord Alfred Douglas, whose father ruined the writer in a pair of famous court cases. Fry is perfectly cast as Wilde, a complicated man who loved his wife and children at the same time as he was scandalising London with Lord Alfred.
Drama about famed writer Truman Capote's writing of a book in the '50s about a cold-blooded murder.
16+ years 109 mins
Powerful drama made in 1993 when it was daring to make a Hollywood film about AIDS, about a top lawyer sacked when his firm learns he has the disease.
11+ years 120 mins
Made in 1961, when homosexuality was still illegal in Britain, this drama sees a gay lawyer fighting against a blackmailer targeting gay London men.
16+ years 96 mins
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