A two hour film looking at the life of John Osborne, writer of Look Back In Anger, an emotionally charged piece that changed the face of British theatre.
In 1956 John Osborne changed the face of British theatre with his emotionally charged play, Look Back in Anger. Set in a scruffy flat in a typical town in the Midlands, and starring anti-hero Jimmy Porter as the first angry young man railing at national apathy, the play captured the imagination of the increasingly disillusioned post-war British public.
This superb film should almost be as essential to the blues, if not the music, fan as the recordings themselves. --Rock n Reel Magazine
The life story of Mississippi Delta bluesman Robert Johnson is as much myth as fact, myth that takes on Faustian proportions with the rumour that he sold his soul to the devil in exchange for his talent. And it was quite a talent: despite recording only 29 songs, Johnson has been called the grandfather of rock 'n' roll. --The Metro
This documentary takes us from his family home to numerous burial sites and many places in between. Containing interviews with peers such as Johnny Shines and Honeyboy Edwards, old girlfriends and apparent descendents, it paints as detailed a picture as you're ever likely to get of this itinerant musician. --Blues In London