A mesmerising performance from John Hurt is at the centre of this chillingly dark comedy about delusional, Hitlerian revolutionary Malcolm Scrawdyke, leading his devoted followers Wick, Irwin and Nipple in a battle against an unseen nemesis. The film was financed by Beatle George Harrison, and is based on the play by David Halliwell that was first staged by Mike Leigh. Filmed on location in a bleak, wintry Oldham by director Stuart Cooper (Overlord; The Disappearance) and cinematographer John Alcott (2001; A Clockwork Orange).
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