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This movie was remarkable... it made me go through such a wide range of emotions. I loved the entire movie, because the emotion was palpable and Diana was a shining star.
You should really consider this film for you next movie night, because it will give you everything that you want out of a movie. This wasn't your typical "Gay" movie, because it went further than most movies do, it goes into the real story about what went down during this period in our history as LGBT people. This was a sad story that has the possibility of inspiring everyone that gives it the chance. Make sure that you think twice before moving past this one.
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