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People in love often believe they couldn't live without the object of their desire - but do they really mean it? In A Single Man, George (a British academic living in Los Angeles) has tried to get on with life after the death of his partner, but isn't sure that there is really any point to it. He has his work and friends - most of all Charley, a former girlfriend who doesn't seem to have accepted that George is gay - but is that enough? Elegantly directed by fashion designer Tom Ford, this is a stunning film that leaves a lingering sense of sadness.
The joys and heartbreaks of growing up are beautifully handled in this captivating coming-of-age story that balances emotion with humour.
11–16 years 98 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
Comedy-drama about two teenagers growing up with two mothers who decide to track down their surrogate father.
16+ years 102 mins
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