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While the legal rights and public status of gay adults in the UK has changed beyond recognition in the last 15 years or so, life for gay teenagers is as tough and confusing as ever. And that's how Fit came into being, as a play and discussion piece for schools. Adapted into a feature film, it tells the story of an inspirational dance teacher helping a group of troubled kids begin to work out how they feel about things. Despite the obvious narrative structure, most of the teenagers' stories are still moving and the dance scenes keep the energy levels up.
Sean Penn won an Oscar for this inspiring portrayal of gay rights campaigner, Harvey Milk.
14+ years 122 mins
Romantic drama about the problems facing 16-year-old Mona and Tamsin, who fall in love during a summer in Yorkshire.
16+ years 82 mins
Australian coming-of-age drama about a sixteen-year-old’s weekly meetings with her mother, who is undergoing gender reassignment.
16+ years 110 mins
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