One pub, eight queer characters portrayed by such stars as Alan Cumming and Russell Tovey, eight stories about what it meant to be queer and live in Britain. A mere half-century ago, homosexuality was a criminal offence here, and these inspiring, funny monologues with amazing punch lines were made to commemorate a milestone in Europe's queer history – the decriminalization of homosexuality in England and Wales.
Director: Mark Gatiss
Screenplay: Matthew Baldwin, Jon Bradfield, Jackie Clune, Michael Dennis, Brian Fillis, Mark Gatiss, Keith Jarrett, Gareth McLean
Director of Photography: Suzie Lavelle
Editor: William Oswald
Producer: Mark Gatiss
Sales: BBC
Original title: Queers
Country: United Kingdom
Year of production: 2017
Length (min): 160
Language: English
Subtitles: Czech
Section: Queer Now

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