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The Garden is a 1990 British arthouse film directed by Derek Jarman and produced by James Mackay for Basilisk Communications, in association with Channel 4, British Screen, and ZDF. It focuses on Non-binary gender identities sometimes expressed within the, even then, barely acceptable conventions of its time including homosexuality and the internal conflicts felt by some LGBT+ people with a world view influenced predominantly by Christianity set against a backdrop of Prospect Cottage, Jarman’s bleak coastal home of Dungeness in Kent,[1] and his garden and the nearby landscape surrounding a nuclear power station.