An Unflinching Eye - The films Of Richard Woolley [4
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This comprehensive 4-DVD collection finally sees the long-overdue release of the work of controversial British independent filmmaker Richard Woolley. In these stylistically and politically radical films Woolley explores themes of class and gender in contemporary society, and offers the viewer an uncompromising and thought-provoking perspective on the world around them. The films included here are Illusive Crime (1976), Telling Tales (1978), Brothers and Sisters (1981), Waiting for Alan (1984) and Girl from the South (1988). The collection also includes Woolley's experimental early short films and interviews with the director.
A serious and thorough artist, Woolley's films collectively encompass all those issues which are at the centre of critical debate --Time Out
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