Absolute Beginners: 30th Anniversary Edition Blu Ray

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Set against a backdrop of emerging teen culture and rising racial tension in late 50's London, Colin MacInnes' cult novel is brought to the screen in Julien Temple's lavish musical adaption. Struggling young photographer Colin sees his ambitious, fame-seeking girlfriend Crepe Suzette slipping away as she ruthlessly pursues a career in fashion. To win her back he'll need to compromise his idealism and do whatever it takes to make the big time himself.

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Released
25 July 2016
Directors
Actors
Format
Blu Ray 
Publisher
Second Sight 
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Runtime
107 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5028836040552 
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Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play.  Set against a backdrop of emerging teen culture and rising racial tension in late 50s London, Colin MacInnes' cult novel is brought to the screen in Julien Temple's lavish musical adaptation. Struggling young photographer Colin sees his ambitious, fame-seeking girlfriend Crepe Suzette slipping away as she ruthlessly pursues a career in fashion. To win her back he'll need to compromise his idealism and do whatever it takes to make the big time himself. 

Musical adaptation of Colin MacInnes' novel about teenage life in 1950s London. Set in 1958, young photographer Colin (Eddie O'Connell) falls in love with aspring model Crepe Suzette (Patsy Kensit), but her interests lie more in her budding career than in the affections of a man. When Crepe leaves town to pursue her dreams, Colin is taken under the wing of advertising executive Vendice Partners (David Bowie) who helps him realise that he can have his own career. The soundtrack includes songs by Sade, Tenpole Tudor and The Style Council as well as the title track by David Bowie.

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