Georgian hate groups planning to block premiere of Swedish film that celebrates gay love

Credit: PinkNews- Published on November 6, 2019
Georgian far-right groups are mobilising against the premiere of And Then We Danced, a Swedish film that stars a gay dancer who is coming to terms with his sexuality. And Then We Danced is a tender coming-of-age story filmed in Tbilisi, Georgia, billed as a “Georgian gay dance romance”. It was recently chosen...
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