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When the dramatic television series QUEER AS FOLK appeared on England's artsy and liberal Channel 4 in 1999, it was an unprecedented move, even for them. The series, which honestly tackles the intricate and complex story of three Manchester gay men and their trials and relationships, deals with sex explicitly and does not shy away from controversial subject matter. Fortunately, because of its beautiful handling, layered storylines, and nuanced, complicated characters, it was a huge success. QUEER AS FOLK, which tracks the characters of Stuart (the charismatic Aiden Gillen), a wildly promiscuous, often callous advertising executive, Vince (Craig Kelly,) the overly nice and unintentionally celibate grocery store manager, and Nathan (Charlie Hunnan,) the attractive and immature 15-year old who falls in love with Stuart and follows his example, is a highly important and incredibly involving step for television.