1972, San Francisco, and newly out New Yorker Harvey Milk is determined to turn his new home on Castro Street into a gay-friendly refuge. As Milk fights overwhelming odds to be elected to public office, he realises that his local problem has assumed national significance...
Milk thoroughly deserves all of the press ink that will doubtless be spilt over it. Wear your ‘Vote Penn’ Oscar pin with pride.
Reviewed by Colin Kennedy
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