Nighthawks 2: Strip Jack Naked
Cult Classics • Documentary, LGBT, UR
Made thirteen years after Britain’s first major gay film Nighthawks, Strip Jack Naked puts the earlier film into an historical and personal context, with director Ron Peck drawing on his own journey from closeted suburban teen to politically radicalised filmmaker. A lucid account of the responsibilities of a gay filmmaker and one of the most honest and abrasive British biographies ever made.
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