Truth and Movies

Malcolm McDowell

Why Britannia Hospital remains a savage British satire

By Austin Collings

Lindsay Anderson’s spiky Thatcher-era comedy is the perfect sign off to his Mick Travis trilogy.

Star-packed Roger Ailes drama gets an awards season release

By Charles Bramesco

John Lithgow will play the late, disgraced head of Fox News.

Why If… remains one of the most revolutionary British films ever made

By Benjy Taylor

Lindsay Anderson’s tale of rebellion in a ’60s private school is a vital dissection of class and establishment.

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