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All the Right Noises (The Flipside)  [Dual Format Edition]
  • Description

    Originally sold with the provocative tagline 'Is 15 too young for a girl? Is one wife enough for one man?', this time-capsule of a film concerns itself with the story of a young married man who has an affair with a teenage girl, and forms part of a peculiarly 1960s British wave of films exploring such sensitive subject matter (others included Term of Trial, Age of Consent, and Three into Two Won't go).
    Starring Olivia Hussey, in her first post-Romeo and Juliet role, and the inimitable Tom Bell (The L-Shaped Room, Prime Suspect), this wonderful slice of British cultural history is one of only a handful of feature films directed by Gerry O'Hara, better know for his assistant-director work with such cinema giants as Tony Richardson, Carol Reed and Otto Preminger.

    Special features:

    • Dual Format Edition: includes both the Blu-ray and the DVD of the film and the extras
    • All films remastered to High Definition
    • Newly transferred to High Definition from original film elements
    • Bernard Braden 'Now and Then' interview with Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting (1967)
    • The Spy's Wife (1972, 28 mins): a rare and little-seen short film by O'Hara starring Tom Bell
    • Extensive illustrated booklet featuring newly commissioned contributions from film historian Robert Murphy, Gerry O'Hara, and The Spy's Wife producer Julian Holloway
    • Dolby Digital mono audio (320 kbps)
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Olivia Hussey, Tom Bell
    Director:
    Gerry O'Hara
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    BFI

All the Right Noises (The Flipside) [Dual Format Edition]

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GBP 19.99

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  • Description

    Originally sold with the provocative tagline 'Is 15 too young for a girl? Is one wife enough for one man?', this time-capsule of a film concerns itself with the story of a young married man who has an affair with a teenage girl, and forms part of a peculiarly 1960s British wave of films exploring such sensitive subject matter (others included Term of Trial, Age of Consent, and Three into Two Won't go).
    Starring Olivia Hussey, in her first post-Romeo and Juliet role, and the inimitable Tom Bell (The L-Shaped Room, Prime Suspect), this wonderful slice of British cultural history is one of only a handful of feature films directed by Gerry O'Hara, better know for his assistant-director work with such cinema giants as Tony Richardson, Carol Reed and Otto Preminger.

    Special features:

    • Dual Format Edition: includes both the Blu-ray and the DVD of the film and the extras
    • All films remastered to High Definition
    • Newly transferred to High Definition from original film elements
    • Bernard Braden 'Now and Then' interview with Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting (1967)
    • The Spy's Wife (1972, 28 mins): a rare and little-seen short film by O'Hara starring Tom Bell
    • Extensive illustrated booklet featuring newly commissioned contributions from film historian Robert Murphy, Gerry O'Hara, and The Spy's Wife producer Julian Holloway
    • Dolby Digital mono audio (320 kbps)
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Olivia Hussey, Tom Bell
    Director:
    Gerry O'Hara
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    BFI
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