Jim (Ken Robertson), a London teacher by day who spends his evenings cruising bars and discos, on the lookout for men from different backgrounds and places and trying to connect with them whether for sex, attempts at a relationship or friendship. He attempts to keep his life compartmentalised, his 'Gay encounters' and his 'friendships with school colleagues', something that seems a necessity working with school children, but can the status quo can't remain forever.
Did You Know?
Filmed around the Notting Hill area, Holborn, Hammersmith (driving past the church near the Hammersmith Apollo) and Earl's Court. Jim the main character can be see in several scenes driving up Pembridge Road towards The Gate Cinema which was the first U.K. Cinema to show the film (where it had a very successful run before transferring for a further run in central London). The Gate recently showed the remastered version with a Q&A with the director Ron Peck. (July 2017). See more
This film was made possible by a number of individuals and organisations. See more
Lyrics by Stuart Turton
(as Stuart Craig Turton)
Sung by Pinky Steede
Recording engineer Gwyn Mathias See more