Beautiful Thing (1996) Movie Details

Beautiful Thing (R)
English
Linda Henry , Meera Syal & more
Hettie MacDonald
John Altman
Sony Pictures Classics , Channel Four Films , World Productions
(India)
1 hr 30 mins
6.8/10
Rating: 6.8/10 from 116 users

Beautiful Thing Movie Cast

Linda Henry
Linda Henry as Sandra Gangel
Meera Syal
as Miss Chauhan
Glen Berry
Glen Berry as Jamie Gangel
Garry Cooper
as Ronnie Pearce
Scott Neal
Scott Neal as Ste Pearce
Andrew Fraser
Andrew Fraser as Jayson
John Savage
as Lenny
Jeillo Edwards
as Rose
Tameka Empson
as Leah
Ben Daniels
as Tony
Terry Duggan
Terry Duggan as Kevin
Anna Karen
as Marlene
Julia Lee Smith
as Gina
Daniel Bowers
Daniel Bowers as Trevor
Martin Walsh
Martin Walsh as Mr Bennett
Jonathan Harvey
Jonathan Harvey as Petra

Beautiful Thing Crew List

Director :
Theatre Play : Jonathan Harvey
Screenplay : Jonathan Harvey
Producer : Tony Garnett , Bill Shapter
Original Music Composer :
Director of Photography : Chris Seager
Editor : Don Fairservice

Beautiful Thing International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
09-10-1996
India
21-06-1996

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A pair of teenage boys growing up in a working-class neighbourhood of Thamesmead, in south-east London, become aware of their homosexuality. While both were vaguely aware they might be gay, neither had ever acted on their impulses. Once they decide that they're attracted to each other, neither is sure just what to do.

Beautiful Thing

Beautiful Thing is a 1996 English Film stars Linda Henry , Hettie MacDonald , Jonathan Harvey , Jonathan Harvey , Tony Garnett , Bill Shapter , John Altman , Chris Seager , Don Fairservice , Meera Syal , Glen Berry , Garry Cooper , Scott Neal , Andrew Fraser , John Savage , Jeillo Edwards , Tameka Empson , Ben Daniels , Terry Duggan , Anna Karen , Julia Lee Smith , Daniel Bowers , Martin Walsh , Jonathan Harvey , directed by Hettie MacDonald & music by John Altman.