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Title Babylon / Kino Classics from Kino Lorber ; Ambi Media Group ; Kino Lorber Repertory ; Seventy-Seven ; screenplay by Martin Stellman & Franco Rosso ; produced by Gavrik Losey ; directed by Franco Rosso ; made by Diversity Music Ltd.
Imprint [San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2019.

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Subject Johnson, Linton Kwesi, 1952- -- Political and social views.
Blacks -- England -- London -- Drama.
Racism -- England -- London -- Drama.
Reggae music -- England -- London -- Drama.
Jamaicans -- England -- London -- Drama.
Alt Name Rosso, Franco, 1941-
Stellman, Martin,
Losey, Gavrik,
Forde, Brinsley, 1953-
Haynes, David N.,
Laird, Trevor, 1957-
Evans, Victor Romero,
Howman, Karl, 1952-
Pool, Archie,
Bovell, Brian,
Wilson, T-Bone,
Powell, Cynthia (Actress),
Monero, Mark, 1968-
Bovell, Dennis,
Schwalm, Tom, 1943-2005,
Menges, Chris, 1940-
Aswad (Musical group),
Diversity Music (Firm),
AMBI Media Group,
Seventy-Seven (Firm),
Kanopy (Firm) Distributor.
Uniform Title Babylon (Motion picture)
Description 1 streaming video (96 minutes): sound, color
Motion pictures lcgft
Cast Brinsley Forde, Karl Howman, Archie Pool, Brian Bovell, Victor Romero Evans, David N. Haynes, Trevor Laird, T. Bone Wilson, Cynthia Powell, Beverly Michaels, Mark Monero.
Performer Featuring Aswad, Johnny Clarke, Dennis Bovell.
Credits Music, Dennis Bovell ; editor, Thomas Schwalm ; cinematography, Chris Menges.
Note Originally released as a motion picture in 1980.
Filmed entirely on location in London, England.
Summary Raw and smoldering, the film follows a young reggae DJ in Thatcher-era Brixton as he pursues his musical ambitions, battling fiercely against the racism and xenophobia of employers, neighbors, police, and the National Front. Fearless and unsentimental, and set to a blistering reggae, dub, and lovers rock soundtrack featuring Aswad, Johnny Clarke, and more, anchored by legendary producer Dennis Bovell's atmospheric score.
Credits Director of photography, Chris Menges ; editor, Thomas Schwalm ; music composed and arranged by Dennis Bovell.
Note Title from title frames.
In English.
Publisher # 6768944 Kanopy
OCLC # 1125092140



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