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The 1970s saw a new generation of American filmmakers given the freedom to re-write the Hollywood rule book. This offbeat drama from writer/director Bob Rafelson stars Jack Nicholson as a man who has rejected his privileged background for a working-class life as an oil driller. But when an emergency drives him back to his family home, he's forced to re-evaluate where he really belongs. Nicholson is at the top of his game here and his performance received one of the film's four Oscar nominations.
This atmospheric look at life and the messy nature of being friends in a small, dusty Texas town at the start of the 1950s is a 70s classic.
16+ years 118 mins
Unique film about a well-off man who decides to make his way home via the swimming pools of his neighbours, provoking puzzlement and even hostility.
16+ years 91 mins
Acclaimed documentary about American cinema in the late-1960s and 70s.
14+ years 119 mins
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