I’m an LGBTQ+ woman, so why would I watch the film… well, why not? It’s great to see representation which the gay community has more input over, and it will feel closer to home. The film picks up themes of succeeding and failing as a team, how that feels.
The two men who hit it off, are both in relationships, which aren’t fulfilling them. They have great chemistry and are soon pursuing each other, to discover more, and to feel that wonderful feeling of the connection they share.
Their partners both signify stability or returning favours, like being helped out from a bad period of time. Mark and Warren find a fresh start with each other, and are really well suited, like soul mates and partners.
It’s too difficult to break off the existing relationships and it all comes out at the wrong time, during a NYE party.
The feel of the film
I really liked the music, and I found myself crying when Mark & Warren break up for the last time. A few cringe moments, as they tried to keep it secret, to avoid their relationship being outed in the group.
Yes, I really was crying in the cinema, so that says something about the performance of the actors being good.
Best supporting roles
There were some really great supporting roles including Marks best friend Henry, and the team joker/clown – Pinkie.
I hope I haven’t said too much about the film. It’s all about the sentiment you feel when you see it at the cinema.
With the greatest sadness we mourn, with countless others around the world, the passing of our beloved Queen Elizabeth II. Adored and enormously respected by so many as one of society’s truly great role models for her unrelenting hard work. Her commitment and service to her subjects and humanity at large. We are grateful for Her Majesty’s government over many years around the world, and through the personal service of so many of our veterans. May you rest in peace our dear Queen.