- Running time81 minutes
- DirectorJack Gold
- CastJohn Hurt
To mark the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales, we’re exploring our collective past through a season of exceptional British movies.
We begin our season with a brand new high-definition restoration, never before seen in cinemas, of this ITV classic, featuring the late John Hurt’s breakthrough role as the fearless writer and raconteur Quentin Crisp. Navigating the dangers of homophobic pre-WWII London, Crisp proudly and wittily challenges the authorities that seek to suppress him. Hurt’s iconic, BAFTA-winning performance is widely seen as one of the finest in a long and distinguished career.
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