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With Fionn O’ Shea and Nicolas Galitzine.

It is the rage at all current gay film festivals – not only because of the good-looking (but slightly bland) Nicolas Galitizine, but because it addresses homophobia in a rugby mad Catholic school and how one boy, who didn’t play rugby, (the excellent Fionn O’ Shea) was victimised. Fortunately there was a Mr. Keating-clone, Andrew Scott as a sympathetic and kind teacher, who helped our hero through his ordeal, until he had to share his room with a handsome new young rugby player. It will inspire you and lift your spirits. It is on Netflix and may bring back some unhappy memories about when you were bullied, but also offers consolation.

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