GOOD TIMES, WONDERFUL TIMES was Lionel Rogosin's plea for humanity and against war and fascism. For two years, Rogosin traveled to twelve countries to collect footage of war atrocities from their archives. He interspersed these harrowing images with scenes of a London cocktail party's mundane chatter. GOOD TIMES, WONDERFUL TIMES was released in 1964, at the height of the Vietnam War, and became one of the great anti-war films of the era.
The official British entry at the Venice Film Festival 1965