Best British 1- DARK DAYS
Here are five films that take a long, unflinching look at the darker side of LGBT+ life, exploring workplace bigotry, drug-fuelled depravity, grief, loneliness and the viciousness of bullies. But if all that sounds a little bleak, they are also compelling stories, with great writing and superb performances, and there is even a bittersweet happy ending or two!
Factory Talk (Dir. Lucie Rachel & Chrissie Hyde | 5mins)
Baby Boy (Dir. Greg Hall | 17min)
Pop (Dir. Margo Roe | 20mins)
Inertia (Dir. Mat Johns | 18mins)
Birthday Boy (Dir. Leo Lebeau | 20mins)
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