Bricolage, Narration, and Archives: Sam Ashby on The Colour of His Hair

By Tom Ue. The title cards of Sam Ashby’s first film The Colour of His Hair (2017) take us to the year 1954, with the sentencing of Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, Michael Pitt-Rivers, and Peter Wildeblood for homosexual offenses. This scandal, we learn, led the government to establish a committee to report on homosexuality, though … Continue reading Bricolage, Narration, and Archives: Sam Ashby on The Colour of His Hair