Approx. Running minutes 117
BBFCInsight strong language, sex references
Genre(s) Drama, Comedy
Director(s) Matthew Warchus
Cast includes Imelda Staunton, Andrew Scott, Bill Nighy, Dominic West, Freddie Fox, George MacKay, Ben Schnetzer, Faye Marsay
Cut All known versions of this work passed uncut.
BBFCinsight publication date 24/06/2014
Note: The following text may contain spoilers
PRIDE is a British comedy drama, set in 1984, about a group of London based lesbians and gay men who travel to a small Welsh village to support the striking miners.
Occasional strong language ('f**k'), as well as a number of discriminatory terms, including 'queer', 'poof' and 'dyke'. The use of these words as insults is not condoned.
Verbal and visual sex references include sight of men in a club wearing 'bondage' clothing, including one with a ball gag in his mouth, and a scene in which women roar with laughter as they find a dildo and some porn magazines in a bedroom. The images in the magazines include strong sexualised nudity, but the images appear only briefly and in a very clearly comic context.
Further issues include some drug use, with one character occasionally smoking joints. There is also very mild violence, including a clash between miners and police with angry shoving and shouting, and a scene in which a brick and lit fireworks are thrown through a shop window, but no one inside is hurt.
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- Pathe Distribution,Pathe Productions LTD
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