Kes

Kes

Albert Finney by Cecil Beaton...reminds me of Ewan McGregor, both amazing actors. And Beaton was the most talented photographer...

dark eye socket: Albert Finney: still not letting the bastards grind him down

Up the Junction is a 1968 British film directed by Peter Collinson and starring Dennis Waterman, Suzy Kendall, Adrienne Posta, Maureen Lipman and Liz Fraser. It is based on the 1963 book of the same name by Nell Dunn and was adapted by Roger Smith. The film's soundtrack was made by Manfred Mann. The film followed the Ken Loach's BBC TV adaptation in 1965, but returned to the original book. It did not cause a similar controversy or have as much impact.

Up the Junction is a 1968 British film directed by Peter Collinson and starring…

Kes (1969) Ken Loach (the original Hungarian film poster by Kemeny Gy)

Kes, directed by Ken Loach, Hungarian film poster by Kemeny Gy.

Saturday Night Sunday Morning - 1960 (photo credit: BFI)

Saturday Night Sunday Morning - 1960 (photo credit: BFI)

High resolution French movie poster image for Kes

à partir de 13 ansHigh resolution French movie poster image for Kes

Paul Danquah & Rita Tushingham in 'A Taste of Honey' (1961), a screen debut for both

Paul Danquah & Rita Tushingham in 'A Taste of Honey' a screen debut for both

Arthur Seaton in the Radford backyards of 'Saturday Night & Sunday Morning'.

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning - 1960 directed by Karel Reisz

Michael Caine with Julie Foster in Alfie 1966.

Michael Caine with Julie Foster in Alfie

Rita Tushingham and Colin Campbell in the iconic British film, “The Leather Boys”, 1964.

Rita Tushingham and Colin Campbell in the iconic British film, “The Leather Boys”,

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