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PRIVILEGE (Peter Watkins, UK 1967) PG
Set in England as a coalition government assumes control ‘sometime in the near future,’ Privilege satirises swinging Britain, the rock world and their co-option by the Establishment. Starring pop idol Paul Jones and Sixties supermodel Jean Shrimpton as the girl who tries to help him flout the system, the film is a scathing social satire of the British state and the freedoms of youth culture in the face of rising totalitarianism.
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