Not so much with this film in particular, but rather with all those setting out to please a mass-audience whilst also trying to deal with serious issues. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. His search for an alternative after the strike led him to Ruskin College, Oxford, to read history. For him, the most important thing is what the collaboration led to. It had led to a very heated discussion. He admits he was "incredibly frightened" before the first screening.
And I said, 'Good God, what's the matter, Stephen?
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Add the first question. Yes No Report this. Edit Did You Know? Best Actress in a Supporting Role. Joe sees the news and sneaks off to Onllwyn show solidarity, where he encounters Mark.
I've seen it twice, laughed repeatedly, wept at the end. But he remembers thinking: Two tribes and plenty of nostalgia in this feelgood hit". I said the man was beyond-belief lovable. The events that unfolded said a lot about what it means to be empathetic, to overcome dissent and face common enemies: You might assume a romcom about striking miners and 80s gays was unlikely to be big box-office, but the same was probably said of Billy Elliot.