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if.... (1968)

Review first published by FilmLand Empire

“College is a symbol of many things,” declares the Headmaster (Peter Jeffrey) in Lindsay Anderson’s second feature if…., which transplants motifs and ideas from Jean Vigo’s… 554 more words

The White Bus (1967)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 6 out of 10

4-Word Review: Bizarre tour through Manchester.

Patricia Healey plays a young lady who is never given any name that is bored with her job and looking for a diversion. 505 more words

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Malcolm McDowell - Movies & More

June 13, is the birthday of British actor Malcolm McDowell. McDowell has been making his mark in movies since the late 1960′s when he catapulted onto the silver screen as anarchist Mick Travis in Lindsay Anderson’s masterpiece of rebellious schoolboys, if…. 421 more words

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if…. (1968)

Okay, something a bit different today, my first film review since Filth last September. Released this week on Blu-ray in Britain as part of Eureka!’s… 1,154 more words

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Blu-Ray Review: If...

Review: If… / Certi: 15 / Director: Lindsay Anderson / Screenplay: David Sherwin / Starring: Malcolm McDowell, David Wood, Richard Warwick, Christine Noon / Release Date: 9th June… 198 more words

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If…. (1968) | Lindsay Anderson’s surreal satire is still as subversive as ever – which side will you be on?

‘One man can change the world with a bullet in the right place’
At College House boarding school in Gloucestershire circa 1967, winter term reassembles. New boys like Jute (Sean Bury) are looked on as ‘scum’, and forced to ‘fag’ for the ‘whips’, upper sixth formers who have totalitarian control over the younger boys. 453 more words

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