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Singapore moviegoers will find the Thatcher-era homophobia in this searing debut feature, with laws prohibiting “the promotion of homosexuality,” all too close to home. Which means it’s also all too easy for us to identify with the protagonist Jean – a closeted teacher who has to keep her professional life forcefully separate from her personal one. That is, until a series of events threaten to turn everything upside down. Giornate Degli Autori People’s Choice award, Venice Film Festival 2022 “Stirringly performed slice of British queer history that announces director Georgia Oakley and actor Rosy McEwen as major talents to watch.” – Empire “A slam-dunk masterpiece.” - The Telegraph “Oakley’s restrained yet powerfully poised film doesn’t shoot for fuzzy big-picture universality. Instead it draws one stymied life with such texture and precision that you can see any number of others reflected in it, their identities as certain and inalienable as their rights.” - Variety BLUE JEAN (R21) The Projector Exclusive | Opens Thu 16 Mar Book your tickets on our website now #theprojectorsg

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