Queer Screen has just put its final handful of tickets for this Friday night’s film on sale for $10 each.
An Englishman in New York is the long-awaited sequel to ever popular The Naked Civil Servant and sees John Hurt return with his unparalleled portrait of Quentin Crisp.
This legendary tale of Britain’s most notorious homosexual-turned-American-socialite reprises the Crisp chronicle as an older fey gentleman overwhelmed by a fast moving culture of gay and lesbian activism, political correctness and the horror of AIDS.
Bursting with Crisp-quips, powerful performances and a host of impressive cameos, this festival highlight is a must for any queer culture aficionado.

info: The film is screening at the Randwick Ritz at 7pm. To take advantage of the ticket off er email your details and ticket requirements to comp@queerscreen.com.au

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