> What about extending the historical scope of the films a little?
> I would certainly try and include some Powell and Pressburger classics,
> especially something like 'The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp' and an
> Ealing Comedy or two e.g. 'Whisky Galore', 'The Ladykillers' or 'Kind
> Hearts and Coronets'. For a take on romance and repression in old-style
> England, you needn't look any further than 'Brief Encounter'. Obvious
> starting points perhaps, but for important reasons.
> Yours aye
British Hitchcock is also worth considering: BLACKMAIL, SABOTAGE, YOUNG
AND INNOCENT, THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS, especially.
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