They know what it feels like to have everyone against them.
Pride follows a group of gay activists who help support striking miners during the summer of 1984. Margaret Thatcher hates them, and hates the miners, so they feel they have something in common.
The unique thing about Pride was how well the cast worked together. There's some great actors here; Paddy Considine, Imelda Staunton, Bill Nighy, Andrew Scott, etc. But not one stands out above the rest. The entire cast is equal here.
The gestures in this film were sweet, and the story very fast paced. As I type this review, it's been a few days since I've seen it. I'm still struggling a little to put my thoughts to words, but I enjoyed this very much.
Memorable Quote: "...my mother." - Gethin (Andrew Scott)