The Wind of Change (1961)

Taking its title from Harold Macmillan's widely-reported Cape Town speech about the process of decolonisation in Africa, The Wind of Change showed the other side of the coin: the impact of colonial immigration at 'home'. The film deals with the 'colour problem' within the context of Teddy boy violence.

Directing:
  • Vernon Sewell

Writing:
  • Alexander Doré
  • John McLaren

Stars:
Release Date: 1961-03-01
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  • Country: GB
  • Language: English
  • Runtime: 64
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