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    Four-part adaptation of Phyllis Shand Allfrey's novel about colonialism in Dominica. The tale is narrated by Lally, who reflects on a life spent in the household of a formerly wealthy colonial family comprised of Master, Madam and their children. Directed by Horace Ove (who directed "Pressure" and "Playing Away"
    Live performance from the British rockers The Rolling Stones. This footage shows the band performing live at Oxford's Marquee Club in 1971, shortly after the completion of their UK tour. The tracks featured include 'I Got the Blues', 'Midnight Rambler', '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction' and 'Brown Sugar'.
    Bob Geldof plays Pink, a burned out rock star holed up in a Los Angeles hotel. He reminisces on his life, from his wartime birth to his present circumstances. The film contains no dialogue; rather the narrative is carried by the Pink Floyd soundtrack and the Gerald Scarfe animation
    Derek Jarman's second feature transports Queen Elizabeth I (Jenny Runacre) through time from 1578 to 1978, where she sees what has become of her once glorious kingdom: law and order have broken down, punks roam the streets, decay and desolation eat away at the basic fabric of society. With a cast featuring the likes of Adam Ant and Toyah Wilcox, a vivid...