35mm. A great example, for the good and the less good, of what was the new British cinema, of the angry young men that Anderson's "If" remains as the epitome without being its best example. For the least good because these films dated immensely above all because there was less investment in form than in fiction and actors performances, and for good because in the present case it's still a fun stimulus to anarchy.
one of the most interesting, zaniest films of the 1960s in terms of form & narrative. & most likely one of the least viewed, sadly. an ultra-key film of the british new wave, if we're talking about the significance of periodising films. it bridges the early 60s films like Billy Liar (1963), A Kind of Loving (1962 & the total anarchy of If... (1969).