Cert: 15 Year: 2022 Length: 97 mins
In 1988, the Government's clause 28 aimed to prohibit the promotion of homosexuality in schools. Unintended consequences, then, for teacher Jean in this tender film described as a future queer classic, a remarkable debut feature from Georgia Oakley.
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Rosy McEwen absolutely shines in what should be a star-making turn as a lesbian PE teacher struggling to keep her queerness secret as Section 28 starts to ramp up.
It’s a remarkably accomplished picture on every level, not least the keenly felt and fiercely authentic performances. Wendy Ide
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