Dir: James Erskine | UK | 2018 | 89 mins
The story of the first openly gay Olympiad who also changed the face of figure skating. John Curry came out on the eve of his Olympic Final performance in 1976 - a time when homosexuality was barely legal. A lost cultural icon, Curry was responsible for changing the perception of ice skating into an art form and how it is seen today. Searing documentary containing incredibla unseen footage and archive material.
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