WE ARE THE LAMBETH BOYS & MOMMA DON’T ALLOW
12:30 4:50 9:45
Thursday, March 30
Under the loose banner “Free Cinema,” young British directors expressed “the importance of people and the significance of the everyday.” We are the Lambeth Boys (1959, Karel Reisz) observes the teenage culture and lifestyle of the members of London’s Alford House Youth Club. Momma Don’t Allow (1956, Tony Richardson & Reisz) looks at young jazz fans. 35mm prints courtesy BFI. Approx. 75 mins.