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Oldies but goldies: This Sporting Life (1963)

Director: Lindsay Anderson, Main Cast: Richard HarrisRachel RobertsColin BlakelyAlan BadelVanda Godsell;

This beautifully shot drama made in 1963 is a perfect example of kitchen sink realism i.e. 351 more words

Seen At Home


Had seen some great reviews for this on IMDB, with a rating of 7.7 and I am generally interested in stories based in school and hostels .So watched this today and it didn’t dissappoint me much , atleast in the first half . 142 more words


Words are very unnecessary...

This post is about Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin and gives away a major plot twist.
Do NOT read if you haven’t seen the film. 944 more words


Every Day Except

Last night we were meant to be going to the cinema; Inside Llewyn Davis or The Wolf of Wall Street - that was the choice. In the end we couldn’t decide which of these two ‘grey’ and ‘grim’ portrayals of New York to see and opted instead for a night in with black and white London. 306 more words

Art And Other Things

Film: Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)

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


O Lucky Man! 1972

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. 94 more words