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Martin G:
Michael Caine is fronting a new documentary to be released in a month or so. People like Mary Quant, Lulu, Roger Daltrey, Paul McCartney, David Bailey, David Puttnam and tons more will be featured talking about the decade that I know most of us have a great interest in. Can't wait as from the names involved it will be covering film, music, photography, design and all the things which transformed life in the UK and later the whole World. An NFT screening coming up too with Caine himself but doubt tickets will be in abundance for that. Fingers crossed though.
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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6264954/videogallery?ref_=tt_pv_vi_sm

greenstreet:

--- Quote from: Martin G on January 30, 2018, 01:16:02 PM ---Michael Caine is fronting a new documentary to be released in a month or so. People like Mary Quant, Lulu, Roger Daltrey, Paul McCartney, David Bailey, David Puttnam and tons more will be featured talking about the decade that I know most of us have a great interest in. Can't wait as from the names involved it will be covering film, music, photography, design and all the things which transformed life in the UK and later the whole World. An NFT screening coming up too with Caine himself but doubt tickets will be in abundance for that. Fingers crossed though.
TRAILER
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6264954/videogallery?ref_=tt_pv_vi_sm

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Saw it mentioned in the main site, and yes it looks like required viewing. A pity I can't attend the screening, disadvantages of living in the periphery. Good luck with the tickets, Martin.

Mutley:
Looks class, can't wait for that.

Claretbluemod:
I've seen it here in Italy by the end of January (it was in selected cinemas from 22nd to 29th)... I would STRONGLY recommend it! A must see (on the big screen) and a pleasure for anyone with an interest in the 60s  ;) Michael Caine was/is absolutely class and ...Jean Shrimpton stunning!

Simon Bond:
Certainly looks like required viewing . Reminds me a wee bit of the Lambert and Stamp film with its stunning period sections. .

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