Handsome Devil is a real crowdpleaser with a joyous spirit that makes it a perfect film to launch the festival.
, and it seems only fitting that Glasgow should have the honour of hosting the premiere of a film about one of the city’s most complex, charismatic figures." The 13th annual GFF begins on the 15 February with a screening of Sherlock actor Andrew Scott’s Handsome Devil, directed by John Butler.
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