Kim Newman's Guide To The Flipside Of British Cinema

Release Date: 17 May 2010 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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If classic and cult British films - from Alfie to Performance, from The Devils to Withnail and I - are your cup of tea, then this indispensable guide to a previously uncharted, alternative history of British cinema is for you. In an all-new documentary, produced exclusively for the BFI, the UK's most knowledgeable and well-respected cult film critic, Kim Newman, explores such questions as how the director of Help! and Superman II came to make one of the world's greatest, but little-known, black comedies, and lifts the lid on which previously unseen British film features Helen Mirren in her debut role. With a selection of original trailers and short films - including one that's exclusive to this release, Tomorrow Night on London - this is your passport to the exciting and surprising world of the Flipside. Kim Newman's Guide to the Flipside of British Cinema (2010, 37 mins): all-new, exclusive documentary Carousella (1966, 25 mins): controversial documentary on the lives of a group of striptease artistes, directed by John Irvin (Hamburger Hill, Raw Deal) Tomorrow Night in London (1969, 5 mins): vibrant and fast-paced tourist board short extolling the virtues, and fashions, of London's nightlife The Spy's Wife (1972, 27 mins): a modish tale of international intrigue and extra-marital relations with Tom Bell (The L-Shaped Room, Prime Suspect) and Ann Lynn (Screamtime, Separation) BFI Flipside trailer reel Fully illustrated booklet with essays and film credits
Release Date: 17 May 2010
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over

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