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‘Pride’ Review: Gay Activists, Striking Miners Unite to Fight the Power

26 September 2014 9:43 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

In the opening moments of “Pride,” activist Mark (Ben Schnetzer) makes the case at the 1984 London Gay Pride parade that the Lgbt community and the coal miners on strike, seemingly disparate, actually share common enemies: Margaret Thatcher, the police and the tabloid press. The movie never says so explicitly, but it also suggests that the two groups share a love for a good anthem, and the most powerful moments of “Pride” revolve around music, whether it's a roomful of strike supporters singing “Bread and Roses,” Bronski Beat performing “Why?” at a benefit concert, or Billy Bragg's stirring rendition of. »

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