Privilege | Chicago Reader


Peter Watkins's hysterical vision of rock and roll fascism was timely in 1967, though it now seems too much a stern warning to youth to be taken seriously. Watkins at least gets some narrative interest going, something he never managed in his later political allegories (The Gladiators, Punishment Park). With Paul Jones and Jean Shrimpton, the forgotten icon of swinging London. 98 min.


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