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British Graffiti

UK, 1992 (MIFF 1993, Documentary)

Director: Valerie Vaughn

Glimpses of Britain's thriving 50s rock and roll scene, centred on a young couple's passion for the U.S. music, dancing, clothes and style of the period. "I couldn't be a 90s working woman — I'd rather be a 50s housewife work­ing part-time with Rock'n'Roll."

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