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The Committee (DVD)-Featuring the Music of Pink Floyd

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The Committee (DVD)

The Committee is a 1968 British independent black-and-white film noir featuring a musical score by Pink Floyd and starring Paul Jones of Manfred Mann fame . The Comimittee is a unique and controversial document of Britain in the 1960’s. Avoiding easy an­swers, The Committee uses a surreal murder to explore the tension and conflict between bureaucracy on one side and individual freedom on the other.

 

 

The musical score, written and performed by Pink Floyd, is “some of the most intellectual music the band has ever produced”. Also featured in the movie is the flamboyant Arthur Brown performing ‘Nightmare’.

 

 

Music: Pink Floyd and The Crazy World of Arthur Brown

Cast: Paul Jones (Manfred Mann) with Arthur Brown, Jimmy Gardner, Tom Kempinski and Robert Langdon Lloyd.

EXTRAS: Interviews with Peter Sykes and Max Steuer. Audio - Paul Jones singing “The Committee”.

 

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The Committee is a 1968 British independent black-and-white film noir featuring a musical score by Pink Floyd and starring Paul Jones of Manfred Mann fame . The Comimittee is a unique and controversial document of Britain in the 1960’s. Avoiding easy an­swers, The Committee uses a surreal murder to explore the tension and conflict between bureaucracy on one side and individual freedom on the other.
The musical score, written and performed by Pink Floyd, is “some of the most intellectual music the band has ever produced”. Also featured in the movie is the flamboyant Arthur Brown performing ‘Nightmare’.
Music: Pink Floyd and The Crazy World of Arthur Brown
Cast: Paul Jones (Manfred Mann) with Arthur Brown, Jimmy Gardner, Tom Kempinski and Robert Langdon Lloyd.
EXTRAS: Interviews with Peter Sykes and Max Steuer. Audio - Paul Jones singing “The Committee”.

 

Region Code: Region 0 PAL

Release Date: 2009-04-11

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