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    In 1972, Harvey Milk (Sean Penn) and his then-lover Scott Smith leave New York for San Francisco, with Milk determined to accomplish something meaningful in his life. There, he becomes a gay activist who fights for gay rights and later California's first openly gay elected official.
    Duration: 128 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2008
    IMDb: 7.5
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  • Actors of "Milk"

  • Characters of "Milk"

    Harvey Milk. Character of Milk
    Played by: Sean Penn
    Cleve Jones. Character of Milk
    Played by: Emile Hirsch
    Dan White. Character of Milk
    Played by: Josh Brolin
    Jack Lira. Character of Milk
    Played by: Diego Luna
    Scott Smith. Character of Milk
    Played by: James Franco
    Anne Kronenberg. Character of Milk
    Played by: Alison Pill
    Mayor Moscone. Character of Milk
    Played by: Victor Garber
    Dick Pabich. Character of Milk
    Played by: Joseph Cross
    Rick Stokes. Character of Milk
    Danny Nicoletta. Character of Milk
    Played by: Lucas Grabeel
    Jim Rivaldo. Character of Milk
    Played by: Brandon Boyce
    David Goodstein. Character of Milk
    Michael Wong. Character of Milk
    Played by: Kelvin Yu
    Art Agnos. Character of Milk
    Played by: Jeff Koons
    Dennis Peron. Character of Milk
    Denton Smith. Character of Milk
    Played by: Boyd Holbrook
    Thelma. Character of Milk
    Mary Ann White. Character of Milk
    Played by: Hope Tuck
    Dianne Feinstein. Character of Milk
    Played by: Ashlee Temple
    Carol Ruth Silver. Character of Milk
    Gordon Lau. Character of Milk
    Played by: Kelvin Han Yee
    Phil Burton. Character of Milk
    Lily. Character of Milk
    Medora Paine. Character of Milk
    Played by: Camron Palmer
    Sylvester. Character of Milk
    Played by: Mark Martinez
    Reporter. Character of Milk
    Don Amador. Character of Milk
    Played by: Cleve Jones
    Castro Man. Character of Milk
    Played by: John Parson
    Castro Clone. Character of Milk
    Robert Hillsborough. Character of Milk
    Played by: Eric Cook
  • Directors of "Milk"

    Gus Van Sant. Director of Milk
    Gus Van Sant
    Birthdate: 24 July 1952, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
  • Creators of "Milk"

    Dustin Lance Black. Director of Milk
    Dustin Lance Black
    Birthdate: 10 June 1974, Sacramento, California, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Milk"
    May 06, 2011

    At the moment, it's my favorite movie of the year.

    Chicago Reader
    May 09, 2009

    Sean Penn gives a meticulously detailed performance as the cagey and charismatic pol, but credit should also go to Dustin Lance Black, whose script squarely locates Milk at the center of his community, his city, and his cause.

    Time Out
    January 23, 2009

    The story is sad, but the mood is jubilant and the energy relentless.

    Orlando Sentinel
    December 11, 2008

    Perhaps it is simply an accident of timing that puts Milk in theaters at this moment. But fate or simple fortunate timing, Milk arrives as one of the best films of 2008.

    Christian Science Monitor
    November 28, 2008

    Milk is an agitprop fantasy about the selflessness of sainthood. If anybody but Penn was playing the saint, we'd probably feel as if we were being sold a bill of goods. Instead, he just about pulls it off. Such is the treachery of talent.
    March 09, 2017

    Penn's performance is inspiring, a transformation that finds the heart and soul of a historical figure and sends blood pumping through a man who has become practically deified over the decades.

    Stop Smiling
    June 01, 2015

    While making a political, historical biopic, Van Sant managed, concurrently, to make a visually beautiful, emotionally thrilling and surprisingly personal work of art.

    June 01, 2015

    Penn burrows inside his character, capturing not only Milk's Long Island Jewish intonations and his gay body language but also the intensity of his beliefs and the particular mix of fear and desire through which he viewed the world.

    October 21, 2014

    Harvey repeats throughout the film, "you've gotta give 'em hope." He did the legwork. The film is just a reminder.

    June 22, 2013

    The movie's getting a lot of praise for being an "unconventional" biopic. I don't think this is true, but it's happening, I suspect, because it's NOT a biopic: It's a cause movie.

    American Profile
    September 28, 2011

    A poignant lesson about the ripples of impact one impassioned individual can have, regardless of sexual orientation, and regardless of the cause.

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