Cast | News | Notes | Pictures
|Director - I'll Sleep When I'm Dead||Mike Hodges|
|Director - Between Strangers||Edoardo Ponti|
|Actor - Red Roses and Petrol||Max Beesley|
|Director - The Company||Robert Altman|
|Actress - Between Strangers||Deborah Kara Unger|
|Wife of Stanley Kubrick||Christiane Kubrick|
|Actress - The Company||Neve Campbell|
|Director - Red Roses and Petrol||Tamar Simon Hoffs|
|Director - Evilenko||David Grieco|
Directed by Jan Harlan
Warner Brothers will release this film twice, on the special editions of A Clockwork Orange and O Lucky Man! on 10/23/07
Traverse City will host the world premiere of Jan Harlan's intimate portrait of the acclaimed actor Malcolm McDowell. Getting his start with the famed British director Lindsay Anderson, McDowell went on to claim the role of a lifetime as the sociopath Alex in A Clockwork Orange. With films like If... and O Lucky Man, McDowell established himself as the leader of the pack in a new wave of British cinema. It will be released on DVD possibly in the next round of Kubrick Collection releases. Malcolm and Jan will be in attendance.
Made in UK, 85 mins
MM did a 25-or-so-minute discussion after the premiere with Jan Harlan and Michael Moore. Malcolm discussed his films and performances he liked and disliked.
Was only shown rarely at a handful of festivals and the Stanley Kubrick Expositions in Europe.
Malcolm was on a mission to get O Lucky Man! released on DVD. He agreed to do a commentary for ACO as long as Warner Brothers would release OLM!. They still dragged their feet so he agreed to have this bio made of his career if once again they would release OLM! on DVD.
Malcolm talking on his back deck in California
© 2006-08 Alex D. Thrawn for www.MalcolmMcDowell.net