William Levy:

A film by Malcolm Hart

William Levy has earned a reputation as one of the leading intellectual and sexual subversives in Europe. This film is a portrait of a master of literary outrageousness executed in broad brushstrokes. It tells briefly of his origins but in the main deals with his work as editor of International Times, publisher and editor of Suck magazine and producer of the ensuing Wet Dreams Film Festival, as well as writer, poet and broadcaster.
Poet and publisher Eddie Woods refers to Bill as a "literary terrorist", one that should be heard.

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