Glastonbury the Movie (1995)
British documentary chronicles the venerable Glastonbury rock-festival
and features many interviews with performers and audience
members instead of a traditional narrative. Performers include
the Lemonheads, The Filberts, Chuck Prophet, Airto Moreira,
Back to the Planet and more.
Punk, The (1993) ... aka Punk and the Princess, The
war of the classes clashes with the war of the sexes in this romantic
drama with strong overtones of Romeo and Juliet, based on a book
by a young man (Gideon Sams) who reportedly had never read Shakespeare.
David, a London street kid falls in love with little rich girl Rachel,
but their romance is frowned upon by their parents and peers. When
David kills a man in self-defence, he goes on the run from his policeman
father, while Rachel tries to find him first. Starring Charlie Creed-Miles
and Jess Conrad.
Myra Breckinridge (1970) ... aka Gore Vidal's
Myra Breckinridge (1970)
Breckinridge goes to Europe to have a sex change, and comes back
to America as the sexy, man-hating Myra. She enrolls at the acting
school of her uncle, conservative Western star Buck Loner, insisting
that she is Myron's widow. Starring Mae West, John Huston, Raquel
Welch, Rex Reed and Farrah Fawcett.
story of wide-eyed girl falling in with loose-living London crowd,
growing up through heartbreak, conflict. Sutherland steals film
in flamboyant role as frail, wealthy young man trying to enjoy life
to fullest. Starring Genevieve Waite, Christian Doermer, Calvin
Lockhart, Donald Sutherland and Glenna Forster-Jones.
Road to St. Tropez (1966) ... aka Route
de St. Tropez, La (1966)
with a very distrinct difference. A pictorial visit to famous holiday
resorts in the South of France is expressed with a wry story line.
A woman holidaymaker gives a lift to young couple and when the
girl has to leave, falls in love with the boy and and takes him
gigolo-like, from place to place. When the girl turns up again,
the boy leaves the woman without a qualm and the woman goes home
to her husband. The three roles are played by Melissa Stribling,
Udo Kier and Gabriella Licudi.