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Lichtenstein in London

UK, 1968 (MIFF 1970, Programme 9)

Director: Bruce Beresford

Roy Lichtenstein, one of the originators of pop art, has become one of the most controversial of internationally known American painters for his comic strip canvases. There was a retrospective exhibition at the Tate Gallery in London, and this film records the public reactions to its impact.

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