At the time, in 1991, Derek Jarman was the most prominent person in the UK living openly with HIV. He was outspoken, radical and unapologetically queer – the perfect antidote, in the Sisters’ eyes, to Ian McKellen’s acceptance of a knighthood in the 1991 new year honours. Followed by a Q&A with:
Directed by Marco Alessi. Presented by Guardian Documentaries and LSFF.
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