Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 19: The Naked Civil Servant

Viktor Devonne asked some of his favorite nightlife personalities for some of their formative queer movies and they narrowed them to 3 each. Each segment features discussion on that film from the entertainer, in addition to further notes from those who were there at the time of the recording session. These are by no means meant to be a comprehensive expose on each film, but features notable memories, scenes, and analysis on them.

Part 19 (video version) features the third film selection from Viktor Devonne, who chose The Naked Civil Servant (1975) directed by Jack Gold and starring John Hurt, Liz Gebhardt, Patricia Hodge, and John Rhys-Davies.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 3” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Noctua, Mr. Valdez, Miss Violet DeVille, Oliver Swisskey, Mimi Hurricane, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Lucky Charming, and Esmerelda May. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

Listen to all of part 3:

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  • Your panel today is…

Viktor Devonne (@viktordevonne on instagram)

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