The 1967 film by the visionary director and docu-drama pioneer Peter Watkins is set in the near future (in '67) of the 1970s in an alternative semi-Fascist Britain. The main protagonist is a disappointed pop singer, Steven Shorter (musician Paul Jones), who is manipulated and ruled by corporations, censors and the Church, who try to turn him into a Messianic leader. A film which was ahead of its times.
Director: Peter Watkins
Screenplay: Norman Bogner
Director of Photography: Peter Suschitzky
Editor: John Trumper
Music: Mike Leander
Producer: John Heyman, Peter Watkins
Sales: Park Circus
Original title: Privilege
Country: United Kingdom
Year of production: 1967
Length (min): 103
Language: English
Subtitles: Czech
Section: PROFIL: Peter Suschitzky

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