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Directed by Dee Rees

Set in rural Mississippi during World War II, Mudbound is a compelling story about family, friendship and the ugliness of racism. An epic tale of two families pitted against each other by a ruthless social hierarchy, Rees seamlessly transposes stories from her grandmother’s upbringing onto a screenplay by Virgil Williams, based on Hillary Jordan’s novel. It follows the McAllan family, who arrive in the farmlands of the Mississippi Delta completely unprepared for the harsh realities. Meanwhile, Hap and Florence Jackson – sharecroppers who have worked the land for generations – struggle to build a small dream of their own. But everything changes when their returning loved ones forge a fast but uneasy friendship. Featuring a brilliant ensemble cast – with a standout performance from Mary J Blige – Mudbound is one of those films that will stay with you long after the credits roll.

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This month we have a treat for all you Creampuffs out there as we're celebrating Carmillamas with an exclusive interview with two of the movie's stars. Natasha Negovanlis and Elise Bauman talk to DIVA's Roxy Bourdillon about everything from the making of the movie, to how special it is for them as queer actors playing queer characters, and we think you're going to love it. Also in this issue… Mudbound: Oscars' tipped director Dee Rees explains why reverse racism is a fallacy X Factor star Parisa Tarjomani talks publicly about her sexuality for the first time Queer, Actually: DIVA discovers that queers, actually, are all around How to ace Xmas Christmas in Nigeria: Priscilla Philips shares her experience Tomorrow's world: What will our families look like in the future? Why we love Princess Nokia Plus interviews with Lots Holloway, O'Hooley and Tidow and so much more!
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