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Dublin Film Qlub screening: "Nighthawks" (1978)

category dublin | arts and media | press release author Tuesday April 01, 2014 19:59author by Dublin Film Qlub Report this post to the editors

Season Four of the Dublin Film Qlub, “Burning the Closet!”, continues with…

NIGHTHAWKS

Dir. Ron Peck, 1978
Starring: Ken Robertson, Tony Westrope, Rachel Nicholas
Language: English


Saturday 19 April 2014 2:30 pm
(doors open at 2.00 pm)
The New Theatre
East Essex street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Day membership: €8
Free tea and coffee

By day, he is a primary school teacher, entrusted with passing on knowledge and a sense of social values. By night, he is a dedicated cruiser in London’s gay underground. He is not being forced into a secret life of remorseful sin in order to survive in a homophobic society… he just loves it! This is a vocation, a perfectly valid lifestyle, and the source of much excitement and pleasure… so what’s the problem? His best friend --a divorced mum with a kid, who is also treading her own path--, is doing her best to understand his choices… but what will happen when his students confront him in class and demand answers? This is Taxi Zum Klo without the sex. A mesmerizing, courageous film, which refuses to spare us the chill of an army of loveless hunters.

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