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Review – ‘It’s a Sin’

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Sin is in.

It’s the 1980’s in London and four young gay men from different backgrounds are about to become friends at the beginning of the AIDS crisis.

Ritchie Tozer (Olly Alexander) is headed to London to study law, but after meeting Jill (Lydia West) and Ash (Nathaniel Curtis), he shifts his focus to drama. Roscoe (Omari Douglas), the son of Nigerian immigrants leaves his oppressively religious family to fulfill his destiny in the city. And Colin (Callum Scott Howells), a sweet boy from the country, begins his work career at a haberdashery where he is taken under the wing of Henry (Neil Patrick Harris). Eventually, over the course of a year the five of them become friends and learn to take care of each other while the threat of the “gay cancer” begins to affect their lives.

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