www.alexandermackendrick.com At Ealing, a small, almost cottage-like studio, the film producer Sir Michael Balcon (1896–1977) found his spiritual home. Under his benevolently paternalistic rule it developed into the nearest the British film industry ever came to a studio after the classic Hollywood pattern. Like, for example, Warner Brothers in the 1930s, Ealing had its roster […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A tale of murder, lust, greed, revenge, and seafood. Directed by Charles Crichton from a screenplay by John Cleese.Continue Reading... No Comments.