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The Admirable Crichton and Look Back in Anger
Stephen Lacey

’s temporary lover – Helena and, briefly, Alison’s father). However, little of the film’s action remains within the Porter’s seedy bed-sit. The film opens, not in the flat, but in a jazz club/pub. As the narrative progresses, locations only mentioned in the play are represented directly on screen; we follow Jimmy and Cliff to the street market where they run a sweet stall; we see Jimmy attend the funeral of

in British cinema of the 1950s
Continuity and change
Erin Bell and Ann Gray

. Perhaps to counterbalance this, Snow goes on to interview people at a ‘London street market’ near Westminster, with their accounts of sleeping on the pavement near the Abbey in 1953, to be there in good time for the coronation procession. However, after two accounts from elderly women, a Northern Irish man adds that ‘I’m afraid it was all a big disappointment to me, cos I didn’t really know what was

in The British monarchy on screen