Abandoned by his father at an early age, Jim MacLaine seems to have inherited the old man's restlessness. Despite his apparent intelligence, Jim decides not to take the exams that would pave his way to university. He lives, for a time, a life consisting of dead-end jobs and meaningless sex, before returning home to work in his mother's shop. But still he can't settle down; he begins to think that the life of a pop musician might be the thing for him. Written by
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Did You Know?
Producer David Puttnam
was impressed by Harry Nilsson
's song "1941" and asked writer Ray Connolly
to create a screenplay based on it. The resulting film resembles the song in all key respects except a funfair substitutes the circus of the song. See more
The song, "Long Live Rock" was written by Pete Townshend
of The Who
and not released until 1972, well after the period of this film. See more
You'll like Bath... better class of fuck in Bath.
Followed by Stardust
Great Balls of Fire
Written by Jack Hammer
and Otis Blackwell
Performed by Jerry Lee Lewis See more