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Milk (28-Nov-2008)

Director: Gus Van Sant

Writer: Dustin Lance Black

Keywords: Drama, Biography, San Francisco, Gay

Historical biopic tells the trafic story of San Francisco supervisor and gay-rights pioneer Harvey Milk, the first gay man elected to public office in California history.

ABSTRACT
Ripped straight out of the history books, Milk is the cinematic dramatization of the story of Harvey Milk, California's first openly-gay elected official, and his struggles for greater equality for the LGBT community whilst serving on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors that ultimately ended in his assassination at the hands of political rival and fellow Supervisor Dan White.

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Josh Brolin
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Joseph Cross
Actor
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Dave Franco
Actor
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James Franco
Actor
19-Apr-1978   Freaks and Geeks
Victor Garber
Actor
16-Mar-1949   Jack Bristow on Alias
Lucas Grabeel
Actor
23-Nov-1984   High School Musical
Emile Hirsch
Actor
13-Mar-1985   The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
Jeff Koons
Sculptor
21-Jan-1955   Artistic hack, Cicciolina's ex-husband
Diego Luna
Actor
29-Dec-1979   Y tu Mamá También
Denis O'Hare
Actor
17-Jan-1962   Larry Harvey on American Horror Story
Sean Penn
Actor
17-Aug-1960   Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Alison Pill
Actor
27-Nov-1985   Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Stephen Spinella
Actor
11-Oct-1956   Love! Valour! Compassion!

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