'A Day in the Life: Four Portraits of Post-war Britain by John Krish' is a collection of four of Krish's most cherished post-war documentaries. Each film shows in rich texture, details of everyday life in post-war Britain.
The collection of Krish's cherished films are:
The Elephant Will Never Forget (1953)
Our School (1962)
They Took Us to the Sea (1961)
I Think They Call Him John (1964)
This essential and critically acclaimed collection includes an interview with Krish and also includes two rarely seen films:
I Want to Go to School ( 1959)
Marsh Comes to School (1961)
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A Day in the Life: Four Portraits of Post-war Britain by John Krish (DVD and Blu-Ray) are superb quality documentaries of a lost period. As usual, excellent service from Zavvi.
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