Man in an Orange Shirt
Man in an Orange Shirt is British Drama TV series. Produced by Kudos Film and Television. Stars: Julian Morris, Vanessa Redgrave, Oliver Jackson-Cohen. Also known as Kaksi tarinaa rakkaudesta in Finland. It first aired on Jul 31, 2017, on BBC Two. The series has 8.0 * rating by IMDb. Won the Emmy. Man in an Orange Shirt is set in UK.
How Many Seasons Of Man in an Orange Shirt Are Out: 1 (2 episodes)
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Season premieres on July 31, 2017
BBC Two, 2 episodes
Man in an Orange Shirt is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Mondays at 9 pm
Season 1 Episode 2 (Episode 2) - Air Date: Aug 07, 2017 (about a year ago)
'Man in an Orange Shirt' examines gay life - Orlando Sentinel - via Orlandosentinel
“Man in an Orange Shirt” presents gay lives and sexuality in a frank, adult manner that may surprise “Masterpiece” fans. Writer Patrick Gale and director Michael Samuels examine longing and anguish with bracing directness, and the cast responds with vivid performances.
Man in an Orange Shirt: What you need to know about the BBC drama starring Vanessa Redgrave - Evening Standard - according to Standard
The Man in the Orange Shirt is the latest in the Gay Britannia series - a selection of programmes marking 50 years since the Sexual Offences Act which kick-started the decriminalisation of homosexuality.
Scots actress Joanna Vanderham claims BBC drama Man in an Orange Shirt which shines light on gay struggles - The Scottish Sun - per Thescottishsun
The series of programmes charts the challenges facing gay people from the Second World War through to the present day to mark the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act, which largely decriminalised homosexuality.
'Man in an Orange Shirt' Review: Where, Oh Where Is Love? - according to Wsj
‘Man in an Orange Shirt” begins its story of forbidden love in Italy, a hellish wartime setting soon to turn impossibly romantic. World War II is coming to an end when British Capt. Michael Berryman (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) rescues a wounded officer he recognizes as his old schoolmate Thomas March (James McArdle).