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Alan Clarke: Director (1991)

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Documentary - Alan Clarke's films exposed a real, raw world as no other films have. Works such as "Scum," "Made in Britain," "The Firm," "Rita, Sue and Bob Too" and "Elephant" inspired a generation of British actors, writers and directors that changed cinema forever. This documentary features rare behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with friends and colleagues of Clarke, including Tim Roth, Danny Boyle, Stephen Frears, Ray Winstone and Phil Daniels. -

Director: Corin Campbell-Hill

Release Date: 1991-07-12
Status: Released
Run time: 53 min / 0:53
Production Company : British Broadcasting Corporation
Production Country: United Kingdom
Release Date: 1991-07-12
Status: Released
Run time: 53 min / 0:53

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