5 Essential British New Wave Movies…
The British New Wave of the ’60s had a profound impact on British culture. The films of that period focused on the ordinary lives of disaffected anti-heroes against a realistic, working-class backdrop—typically shot in stark black and white with terse dialogue in heavy regional accents. The themes and aesthetic are still visible in today’s film, TV, music, literature and art.
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Posted on 29/03/2016, in blogging, cinema, Drama, Entertainment, Film, Movies, World Cinema and tagged A Taste of Honey, Albert Finney, Billy Liar, John Schlesinger, Julie Christie, Karel Reisz, Lindsay Anderson, Rita Tushingham, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner, This Sporting Life, Tom Courtenay, Tony Richardson, Top British New Wave Films. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.