Saturday, May 14, 2016


We watched a really good British film a month ago and I wanted to recommend it.

It's set during the miner's strike in 1984/5 and presents the true story of the alliance between a London based LGBT group and a south Wales mining village.

I tell you it was good film. Obviously events were conflated, edited out, adapted and fictionalised. But watching in church as part of our film club was a liberating and incredibly refreshing experience. 

I feel that we had been sleepwalking in an older 19th century theology for so long. But over the past 7 or 8 years we have been waking up. Screening this film is another step in our struggle for true consciousness appropriate to the 21st century here in London. NOW!

If you haven't seen it yet than watch it. It's a great film!

Click here for a link to the film's entry on IMDB

Click here for a link to a review of the film in the Guardian

Click here for one of my favourite clips from the film

Click here for a link to a featurette  about the film. Brilliant!!

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