Never apologise: the collected writings
Though he directed only a handful of films, Lindsay Anderson was — and remains — one of the most radical and influential voices in all of cinema. The director of such landmark films as This Sporting Life, If… and O Lucky Man!, Anderson was also a highly acclaimed stage director and a brilliant, provocative critic. Never Apologise collects some his finest essays, including pieces on Chaplin, Welles, and John Ford; England (he was a Scot); Gielgud and Richardson; and most illuminatingly, on himself. His work may not make for comfortable reading, but his wisdom and relevance are undeniable.
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