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Michelangelo Antonioni chose Swinging London as the setting for “a cryptic murder mystery . . . a landmark of the decade’s observational outrage and Pop disposability” (Time Out).
In 1968, the boarding school as metaphor for social control was a shot heard ’round the world. “A modern classic” (Time Out).
Let’s play master and servant! Dirk Bogarde and James Fox do it in this striking parable on class conflict, Joseph Losey’s first collaboration with Harold Pinter.
Laurence Olivier as a has-been music-hall performer—and Alan Bates and Albert Finney in their screen debuts—in John Osborne’s play-turned-film, Olivier’s “greatest contemporary role” (Pauline Kael).