A short film inspired by the letters between Gilbert Bradley and Gordon 

Bowsher during the second world War. Two men who were in love.

While on military training during World War Two, Gilbert Bradley was in 

love. He exchanged hundreds of letters with his sweetheart - who 

merely signed with the initial "G". More than 70 years later, it was 

discovered that G stood for Gordon.

At the time, not only was homosexuality illegal, but those in the armed 

forces could be shot for having gay sex. Some of Britain's gay soldiers 

after risking their lives for their country were persecuted and jailed by 

the military authorities.

This short piece has been made celebrate those men and women.

A film by - Craig Bingham - @craigbingham87

Production - Dadbod films - @dadbod_films

Starring - James Frecheville - @james.frecheville

Producer - Robert Wildsmith - @robwildsmith

Line producer - Lucy Dang

DOP - Jack Reynolds - @jackreynoldsdp

Focus - Merritt Gold

Make up artist - Anna Thompson - @annathompson_london

Sound - Guss Collins / House Of Noise - @guscollins @house_of_noise

Behind the scenes - Peter Lally - @mutualblank


Original score - Guss Collins - @guscollins @house_of_noise

Sound design - Aaron Taffel - @mugzeh

Colour - Toby Tomkins / CHEAT IT - @tobytomkins @cheat_it

VO - Guss Collins

Special thanks to

Panavision - @panavisionofficial

George Rumsey - @george_rumsey

Kodak film - @kodak_shootfilm

CHEAT IT - @cheat_it