Two Left Feet
Mentioned by Morrissey in Autobiography:
"By contrast, a Shakespearian saint with a disjointed face is never thought interesting enough for film. In Two Left Feet (1963) there is the unusual glimpse of hard and pretty Michael Craze rutting lustily for his pal David Hemmings."
Two Left Feet is a 1963 British comedy-drama film directed by Roy Ward Baker and starring Nyree Dawn Porter, Michael Crawford, David Hemmings and Julia Foster.