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The Story of Tim Conigrave and John Caleo, the real life inspiration behind the critically acclaimed film Holding the Man.

At a prestigious Catholic boys school in Melbourne 1974, Tim and John fell madly in love. Their passionate, tempestuous, operatic romance lasted for 16 years, facing disapproval, temptation and separation. Their star crossed relationship has been immortalised both on stage and screen.

Anyone who has seen Holding the Man in any of its incarnations will find this documentary a wonderfully frank and moving companion piece.

Cert: 15, 83 mins

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Publishers Saffron Hill/Peccadillo
Year of Publication 2017

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REMEMBERING THE MAN - DVD

The Story of Tim Conigrave and John Caleo, the real life inspiration behind the critically acclaimed film Holding the Man.

At a prestigious Catholic boys school in Melbourne 1974, Tim and John fell madly in love. Their passionate, tempestuous, operatic romance lasted for 16 years, facing disapproval, temptation and separation. Their star crossed relationship has been immortalised both on stage and screen.

Anyone who has seen Holding the Man in any of its incarnations will find this documentary a wonderfully frank and moving companion piece.

Cert: 15, 83 mins

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REMEMBERING THE MAN - DVD

REMEMBERING THE MAN - DVD

The Story of Tim Conigrave and John Caleo, the real life inspiration behind the critically acclaimed film Holding the Man.

At a prestigious Catholic boys school in Melbourne 1974, Tim and John fell madly in love. Their passionate, tempestuous, operatic romance lasted for 16 years, facing disapproval, temptation and separation. Their star crossed relationship has been immortalised both on stage and screen.

Anyone who has seen Holding the Man in any of its incarnations will find this documentary a wonderfully frank and moving companion piece.

Cert: 15, 83 mins