Clapham Junction (2007)

Director
Adrian Shergold

Main cast
Tom Beard; James Bellamy; Rachael Blake; Samantha Bond; Stuart Bunce

Genres
Drama

Description
36 hours in the lives of a number of gay men in Clapham, South London.


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