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LIVE A LIFE

UK, 1982 (MIFF 1983)

Director: Maxim Ford

In November of last year, as unemployment in Britain passed the three million mark, a Concert for the Unemployed was staged at the Rainbow with a line-up that included Tom Robinson, The Beat, Black Slate, OK Jive and Alexei Sayle. Live a Life is a record of that concert.

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