Judi Dench directs Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson in the Renaissance Theatre Company's highly ac-claimed presentation of John Osborne's landmark play a work which brought in the generation of 'Angry Young Men', revolutionising theatre and having such a profound effect on drama that it is still felt to this day.

A story of disparate characters locked into the raw misery of a self-destructive marriage driven towards crisis point, Look Back in Anger features astonishing performances from both its celebrated leads. Branagh's turn as the mercurial central character, a disappointed working-class graduate railing furiously against bourgeois re-spectability, was hailed by Osborne as 'the best Jimmy Porter ever', while Thompson brings enormous sympathy and depth to the role of the long-suffering Alison the seeming embodiment of all that Jimmy abhors.

studio:
Network
Director:
Judi Dench
Certificate:
12
Actor:
Kenneth Branagh

Emma Thompson

Gerard Horan
Aspect Ratio:
1.33:1
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
2

Look Back in Anger

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Judi Dench directs Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson in the Renaissance Theatre Company's highly ac-claimed presentation of John Osborne's landmark play a work which brought in the generation of 'Angry Young Men', revolutionising theatre and having such a profound effect on drama that it is still felt to this day.

A story of disparate characters locked into the raw misery of a self-destructive marriage driven towards crisis point, Look Back in Anger features astonishing performances from both its celebrated leads. Branagh's turn as the mercurial central character, a disappointed working-class graduate railing furiously against bourgeois re-spectability, was hailed by Osborne as 'the best Jimmy Porter ever', while Thompson brings enormous sympathy and depth to the role of the long-suffering Alison the seeming embodiment of all that Jimmy abhors.

studio:
Network
Director:
Judi Dench
Certificate:
12
Actor:
Kenneth Branagh

Emma Thompson

Gerard Horan
Aspect Ratio:
1.33:1
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
2
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