The Two of Us

(1987)
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Matthew is a boy who just left school. He is handsome and athletic and believes himself to be gay. He retains a friendship with only one school friend, Phil, who has stuck by Matthew despite hostile reactions from his peers. As their relationship grows more intense, Phil's girlfriend Sharon and his classmates become vindictive and aggressive. The two friends find themselves ostracized by both friends and family and decide to run away.

  1. Roger Tonge

    Director

  2. Leslie Stewart

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jason Rush

    Matthew

  2. Lee Whitlock

    Lee Whitlock

    Phil

  3. Jenny Jay

    Sharon

  4. Zoë Nathenson

    Zoë Nathenson

    Suzie

  5. Kathy Burke

    Kathy Burke

    Vera

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Status Released

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  • March 25, 1987
    TV

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 0m

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