Set against the Notting Hill race riots of the late 1950's The Wind Of Change is a gripping kitchen-sink drama focusing on the relationship between a father (Donald Pleasence) a world-weary yet liberal man who spends all his spare time looking after his rabbits and his rebellious unemployed son Frank (Johnny Briggs). Frank is bigoted racist who believes the black immigrants are taking all the British jobs though he doesn't seem too concerned in trying to get one himself. When Frank and his gang of teddy boys beat up a black man who later dies of his injuries he must... face the consequence of his actions... [show more]
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Double bill of British films. The gritty kitchen sink drama 'The Wind of Change' (1961) is loosely based around the Notting Hill riots of the late 1950s. With his life centred on looking after his rabbits, Pop (Donald Pleasance) isn't really aware of what his racist teenage son Frank (Johnny Briggs) gets up to. But when Frank and his teddy boy friends beat up a newly arrived black immigrant who subsequently dies, Frank soon realises he's in over his head. In 'The Traitors' (1962), British agent John Lane (Patrick Allen) stumbles across a spy ring when a top-secret microfilm is discovered following a plane crash.