Derek Jarman was one of the most idiosyncratic, innovative and controversial film-makers in Britain throughout the 70s, 80s and 90s. On-screen and off, Jarman was passionate in his commitment to gay rights. One of the fathers of international "New Queer Cinema", Jarman's sexuality had always been a significant part of his work. This documentary explores his life and career as a film-maker and includes interviews with Jarman's most frequent collaborators, notably actress Tilda Swinton and composer Simon Fisher Turner.
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