Beautiful Thing - Full Gay Film (1996)
In a southwestern suburb of London during the summer, Jamie Gangel (Glen Berry) is an unpopular kid who drops out of school to escape the commitment to play football. He is a neighbor of Ste Pearce (Scott Neal), a popular and athletic young man who often catch the alcoholic father and his older brother. News of the violence suffered by Ste sensitize Jamie's mother, Sandra (Linda Henry), who welcomes him into his home, and the boy then passes to share a room with Jamie. During Ste stay in their Gangel, the two young men develop feelings for each other, which can further complicate the Ste relationship with his family.
Beautiful Thing is a 1996 British film directed by Hettie MacDonald and released by Channel 4 Films. The screenplay was written by Jonathan Harvey based on his own original play of the same name. Initially, the film was only intended for television broadcast but it was so well-received that it was released in cinemas. The atmosphere of the film is heavily influenced by a soundtrack consisting almost entirely of the work of Mama Cass Elliot.