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Downton Abbey : the best feel-good movie of the year (so far)

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  Watching the glorious movie version of Downton Abbey on the big screen is just like being welcomed back home to old (rather grand) friends who we have missed .  Of course we are not the visitors that Lord and Lady Grantham (Hugh Bonneville & Elizabeth McGovern) are expecting as they have just received a … Continue reading



Where’s my Roy Cohn? : Trump misses his odious mentor

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  It should be really no shock to see how amoral the odious lawyer and manipulator extraordinaire Roy Cohn was, but after watching Matt Tyrnauer’s impressive piece of investigation, we realise that most of us never knew the half of it.  His time as the lackey and confidente of Senator Joseph McCarthy the self appointed … Continue reading



The T : being accepted for who we are

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  The T is a six-part queer drama web series from Chicago that set out with a mission to portray rarely seen members of the LGBTQ+ community in a story about their search for love, truth and acceptance that would be thoroughly entertaining..  Kudos to Bea Cordelia and Daniel Kyri the creators, producers and stars … Continue reading



The Grass is Always Grindr : Sex ed for the almost grown ups

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  Do you remember sex ed at school? A quick tour of reproduction and some advice on the practical ways to avoid STDs. Little or nothing about the circumstances in which sex happens, which is the biggest driver of people’s sex choices. It is called a sex life for a reason. This feature length version … Continue reading



Road To Love : may not always be straight

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  From 2001 comes this queer tale from French filmmaker Rémi Lange about an Arab sociology student at the Sorbonne in Paris who decides to make a documentary about homosexuality as his class project. Karim (Karim Tarek) lives in the small top floor apartment with his girlfriend Sihem (Sihem Benamoune).  She thinks butter melts in … Continue reading



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