Sunday, 30 November 2008
if.... is a feature film 1968 prize winner by British director Lindsay Anderson satirising the English life of school of State. Celebrated for its description of a wild insurrection at a school of State, the film is associated with the movement of counter-culture of the Sixties because it was filmed by a director of long time of counter-culture per hour of risings of student in Paris in May 1968. It includes reports/ratios discussed such as the 'There's no such thing as a wrong war. Violence and revolution are the only pure acts', and surrealist orders of devices everywhere. On its release with UK it was given a certificate of X.
Film high-speed motorboats Malcolm McDowell in his first role of screen and its appearance like of Anderson's 'everyman', character, Mick Travis. Arthur Lowe, Peter Jeffrey, Richard Warwick, Wood of David, Christine Noonan, and Rupert Webster (as a young boy Bobby Phillips) also play of the roles holding the first roles.