Full disclosure; my son is called Dylan after Bob and I’m a big fan of the Coens. Chances are I was going to like this film and I do. 102 more words
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Lindsay Anderson’s 1972 magnum opus takes Mick Travis (Malcolm McDowell) on an epic journey through the social strata of 70’s Britain. Starting out as a salesman, Travis becomes involved with pop music via Alan Price, Love with Helen Mirren, suicide, big business, international intrigue and some extremely strange scientific experiments. 87 more words
I went over my word count earlier than I had hoped. This is really a starter blog post, it will continue. Tired mind means plenty of typos for you to enjoy. 1,112 more words
Art is an experience, not the formulation of a problem.
The second part of the Free Cinema Series will confusingly be exploring the third film programme that was part of the series.
As well as showing more experimental British films, the Free Cinema movement also explored the work of international filmmakers, including Truffaut and Polanksi. 653 more words