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Theo & Hugo A real time romance that’s as sexually explicit as it is charming, you may have already heard of Theo & Hugo (AKA ‘Paris: 5:59’) thanks to its opening, graphic 18 minute sex scene, in which the titular lovebirds lock eyes (and other things) over a crowded orgy. It’s a bold beginning that soon gives way to a gentler story, and while there’s drama from the reveal that Hugo is HIV positive, this is very much a naturalistic tale of young lovers living in the moment. Minor script issues and superfluous supporting characters aside, this French Weekend is still worth your time.

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In his FIRST-EVER cover shoot, chart-topping star Neil Amin-Smith talks to GT about sexuality, racism and the Labour Party in our September style issue. Speaking of style.... We've got 57 pages of the must-have looks, grooming products and gadgets to see you right for AW16. Also in your brand new GT – Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis explores the world of sex workers, Kerry Ellis defies gravity with our sweetie jar of random questions and award-winning actor Jeffrey Tambor reveals how playing a trans woman made him a better father and husband. Plus, theologian Vicky Beeching tells her remarkable story of coming out and being an Evangelical Christian.