- Director: Frank Brittain
- Writer: Diane Brittain; Roger Ward
- Producer: Frank Brittain; David Hannay
It's been called a gem in Australian gay film history and definitely one of the first to deal with homosexuality...those who have called it a gem couldn't tell the difference between Woolworth's top-of-the-range glass ring and a diamond cluster by Cartier...
Did no-one notice the acting??? Ooops, neither did the director.
Brittain's script (presumably a nepotistic appointment) is moronic.
This is simple exploitation (even though it fails to deliver) - of actors willing to take off their clothes and of an audience willing to pay to see the aforementioned actors take off their clothes.
Unfortunately, it is not even titillating, a totally flaccid affair.
Frankly, it's only appeal now is as a curiosity. And, a painful one at that!
Thankfully, the Brittains never continued their film-making careers - this travesty certainly sealed their fate.
Depicting life amongst the arty 'set' in Sydney in 1969, it was one of the first Australian feature films to include homosexuality as a main theme.