This touching and wryly funny British film, written and directed by Jamie Patterson, follows the burgeoning relationship between an ageing drag queen, Jackie (Derren Nesbitt) and Faith (Jordan Stephens) a newbie who joins the line-up at the Brighton nightclub where Jackie has made a name for herself with her offensive on-stage shtick.
With Jackie re-evaluating her life in and out of drag, they find a surprising ally in this feisty up-and-comer, and their blossoming friendship will change them both.
Winner of the Best Narrative Audience Award and the International Feature Grand Jury Prize at Outfest 2018, this film is a quiet gem about what it means to find your queer family, and will move you thanks to sterling performances by both its lead actors.
Winner 2018 Outfest Audience Award
Winner 2018 Outfest Grand Jury Award