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Kiss & kill : film visions of Brighton by…

Kiss & kill : film visions of Brighton

by Nicola Coleby

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Well illustrated, some in color. 8" x 12' format. From the back cover "Brighton has been used as a film location since the first years of the cinema and the city has played a leading role in over 50 feature films... These include the exotic Regency romance of 'The First Gentlemen' and ' On a Clear Day You Can See Forever'; the ppier a symbol for a nation conflict in 'Oh! What a Lovely War!; the sleazy underworld of 'Brighton Rock' and 'Circus". Not to mention "Quadrophrenia, "Genevieve" and "Carry On at Your Convenience".

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