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Storyline:   "Stonewall" is a 2015 historical drama film directed by Roland Emmerich that tells the story of the Stonewall riots, a pivotal moment in the history of the LGBTQ+ rights movement. The movie follows the fictional character of Danny Winters (played by Jeremy Irvine), a young gay man from Indiana who is forced to leave his home and move to New York City after coming out to his parents. In New York, he becomes involved in the LGBTQ+ community and becomes friends with several key figures in the movement, including Ray (played by Jonny Beauchamp) and Marsha P. Johnson (played by Otoja Abit).

As the story unfolds, tensions between the police and the LGBTQ+ community in New York reach a boiling point, culminating in the Stonewall riots of 1969. Danny and his friends become involved in the protests, and the movie depicts the dramatic events that unfolded over the course of several nights, including violent clashes between police and protesters. Throughout the movie, the characters struggle with issues of identity, discrimination, and inequality, highlighting the challenges faced by LGBTQ+ individuals during this time period. The movie ends with a tribute to the real-life figures who were instrumental in the Stonewall riots and the wider LGBTQ+ rights movement. "Stonewall" is a powerful and moving tribute to the individuals who fought for LGBTQ+ rights in the face of discrimination and persecution. With a talented cast and a compelling story, it offers a poignant and emotional exploration of the struggles and triumphs of the LGBTQ+ community in the United States.
Year : 2015
Genre : Drama, History
IMDB Rating: 5
Director: Roland Emmerich
Top Billing Cast:  Joey King as Phoebe, Ron Perlman as Ed Murphy, Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Trevor, Caleb Landry Jones as Orphan Annie

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  1. Originally built as stables in the mid-19th century, The Stonewall Inn, or Bonnie's Stonewall Inn as it was sometimes called, had been in business for 34 years as a Tearoom before it first closed in 1964 due to a fire that destroyed its interior. It was then renovated in 1967 and turned into a gay bathhouse by three mobsters and became the largest gay bar in the US. After the riots in 1969, it underwent several changes of management and purpose, including serving as a Bagel Sandwich Shop, a Chinese Restaurant, and a shoe store for twenty years before it reopened in 1998 simply as Stonewall.
  2. The first trailer for the film about the Stonewall riots sparked accusations of historical inaccuracy, as Roland Emmerich was accused of "whitewashing" the events by creating a fictional white protagonist. Emmerich and others associated with the film defended their casting choices, but a year after the film's failure, Emmerich caused further controversy by claiming that the riots were a "white event" and blamed the film's failure on the initial criticism.
  3. "Stonewall" marked Roland Emmerich's return to R-rated movies for the first time since his 2000 film "The Patriot."
  4. Director Roland Emmerich and actor Matt Craven had previously worked together on the movie "White House Down" in 2013.
  5. Although Harald Kloser and Thomas Wanker were asked to compose the score for the film, they turned it down as they were already working on "Independence Day: Resurgence" at the time.
  6. Actress Joey King and director Roland Emmerich had worked together on "White House Down," and they would collaborate again on "Independence Day: Resurgence."
  7. "Stonewall" was Roland Emmerich's first film shot in anamorphic format since "Stargate" in 1994, and it was also his first to use Hawk anamorphic lenses.
  8. "Stonewall" marked the film debut of both Jonny Beauchamp, who played Ray/Ramona, and Johnny Falcone, who played Hector.
  9. The movie opens with a prologue that explains how homosexuality was viewed in the late 1960s, with federal law prohibiting government agencies from hiring homosexuals, classifying them as mentally ill, and making it illegal for them to congregate and be served alcohol. The prologue also mentions the use of electroshock therapy to "cure" homosexuals, and the story begins three months earlier.
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