Courtesy of Janus Films

Screening
A Taste of Honey

Part of Grit and Glitter: Before and After Stonewall
Saturday, June 22, 2:00 p.m.
Museum of the Moving Image - Bartos Screening Room

Dir. Tony Richardson. 1961, 101 mins. Digital projection. With Rita Tushingham, Dora Bryan, Robert Stephens. "In the early 1960s, at the age of 18, Shelagh Delaney saw a play whose treatment of homosexuality convinced her she could made something better. The result was A Taste of Honey, a play, and eventual film, that addressed gender, sexuality, race, class, and family relations with a uniquely luminous mix of tenderness and weary honesty. The film has become a hallmark of British cinema, influencing directors such as Ken Loach, Mike Leigh, and John Schlesinger, as well as pop artists like Morrissey. Despite its fame, A Taste of Honey’s aching tension between blood family and the families we create remains revelatory and intimate, especially to queer audiences."—Donal Mosher

Tickets: $15 ($11 seniors and students / $9 youth (ages 3–17) / free for children under 3 and Museum members at the Film Lover and Kids Premium levels and above). Order tickets online(Members may contact members@movingimage.us with questions regarding online reservations.) 

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