What connects people who differ in everything?

A conservative mining settlement is deserted by everybody who can. Once peaceful, today it is torn by strikes. When hostility to any alien element reaches its climax, a colourful bus full of local gays and lesbians unexpectedly turns up. To help the needy!

Will it end up in insults and broken teeth? Will the two groups be able to shake helping hands? What must happen so that the conservative locals take in the equal rights activists? What must happen so that elderly ladies dare cruise London nightclubs? Will all of them be able to have fun together to the rhythm of Bronski Beat hits?

Impossible as it sounds, “Pride” is a true story that was one of the biggest blockbusters in the UK in 2014. Having premiered in Cannes, the comedy follows in the footsteps of “Full Monty” and “Calendar Girls”. Last but not least, it features an array of stars: Bill Nighy (“Love Actually”), Imelda Staunton (the “Harry Potter” series), Andrew Scott (Jim Moriarty in the series “Sherlock”) and Dominic West (“300”).
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At the turn of August and September we would like to invite you to a series of open-air meetings with cinematography on the roof of Wrocław Contemporary Museum.
Each of the chosen films refers to a different aspect of the “Labor Relations” exhibition, which features works from MWW’s international collection of contemporary art.

Programme of Cinema on the Roof 2016:
► 21 August, 8:30 pm
“Pride”, dir. Matthew Warchus, UK 2014, 120’, distribution: Gutek Film

► 28 August, 8:30 PM
“Cosmopolis”, dir. David Cronenberg, France/ Canada/ Portugal/ Italy 2012, 108′, distribution: Monolith Films

►4 September, 8:00 PM
“Dzień kobiet” (“Women’s Day”), dir. Maria Sadowska, Poland 2012, 90′ distribution: Kino Świat