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Part 10: Radical Directors of the 70s  Make State of the Nation Movies
Part 10: Radical Directors of the 70s  Make State of the Nation Movies

Part 10: Radical Directors of the 70s Make State of the Nation Movies 2011

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Part 10: Radical Directors of the 70s Make State of the Nation Movies 2011

70 mins United Kingdom Director. Mark Cousins

By the 1970s, movies tried to change the world. Wim Wenders shares his experiences in a divided Germany, while Ken Loach reports the view from Britain. Australian cinema is reborn and Japan was making the most moving films in the world. Even bigger, bolder questions were being asked in Africa and South America, from where came John Lennon’s favourite film, The Holy Mountain.

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Directed by

Mark Cousins

Genres

Documentary

Collection

The Story of Film

Released

2011

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Production company

Hopscotch

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