But the movie Milk is beautiful and important. Harvey Milk was a *** Rights activist is San Francisco in the 1970s. One year after being elected to office (the first openly *** politician to ever be elected to public office in the United States) he ran into some serious trouble with another councilor named Dan White, who had old fashion family values. In this movie Josh Brolin does another great job as the lunatic Dan White, but Sean Penn is absolutely frigging amazing as Harvey Milk.
You know I gotta say I'm smiling as I notice in the preview that the word g.a.y. is censored here on FordTough.ca
Directed by Gus Van Sant, and inspired by the success of The Life and Times of Harvey Milk, an Academy Award winning documentary on the same subject. Milk stars Sean Penn, James Franco, Emile Hirsch, Diego Luna and Josh Brolin.
Is this something you'll watch in the theatre? or on DVD? or not at all? What are your thoughts here on Ford Tough?