man in an orange shirt



This two part drama from the BBC in 2017 is one of the best pieces of gay TV I’ve ever seen.

A moving, tight story with no “filler”.  An honest and emotional journey that shows how the truth will come to light even if hidden for decades.  The beauty and innocence of love regardless of the judgement of others or the oppression of the law.

Oliver Jackson-Cohen is perfect as Michael, the main character in part one.  Not only is he incredibly hot, he is an amazing actor.  Part two brings us the equally gorgeous and talented Julian Morris as the focus character, Adam, the grandson of Michael.  The support cast, which includes the magnificent Vanessa Redgrave, are also flawless.

A powerful, heart warming two hours of gay TV!

10 Champagnes out of 10!



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