A Very English Scandal movie plot

2022-04-16 08:01
BBC One's 3-episode miniseries A Very English Scandal is based on a true story by Jeremy Thorpe. Homosexuality was only just decriminalised in the UK in the late 1960s, and the Liberal leader at the time, and the youngest leader of a British party in over a century, Jeremy Thorpe (Hugh Grant) was hiding a secret – he had a former gay man named Norman Scott (Ben Whishaw)   .
As long as Norman Scott is alive, this is a threat to Jeremy Thorpe, so he plots the murder, but in the end, not only does it fail, he is also charged with attempted murder. The incident made Jeremy Thorpe the first British politician to be tried for murder, and his queer status was known to the public; in the end, Jeremy Thorpe was acquitted but ended his political career   .
The series is directed by Stephen Frears and written by Russell T. Davies   .
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  • Greta 2022-04-18 09:01:20

    Paddington 3's British Scandal?

  • Daron 2022-04-17 09:01:14

    There was no love and sincerity in the whole three episodes, and the social security card became a laughing point. Whether it was Scott who shouted "I loved him" or Jeremy who was seen through "You loved him", where did the love come from? The so-called "loved" is just the few years that everyone said. Maybe the director wants to show this effect, but to me, it's different, love, hate, revenge, which one is better?

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