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The Coming Back Out Ball Movie

MA15+ Documentary

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Synopsis

In the middle of Australia’s divisive marriage equality vote, Melbourne hosted a gala event to honour and celebrate its LGBTIQ elders. These are their stories.

The Coming Back Out Ball is an observational feature documentary that follows a group of older LGBTI+ people, who have been invited to attend a Ball celebrating their gender and sexual identity. Faced with the complexities of ageing and isolation, these extraordinary people seize each day with determination and humour. In a world that is rapidly changing for the LGBTI+ community around the world, we witness some of our cast experiencing acceptance and love for the very ?rst time in their lives. 

Release Date 6 December 2018
Running Time 1hr 24m
Rating MA15+ | Mature Audiences
Director Sue Thomson

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