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The Collected Writings by Lindsay Anderson Lindsay uses dashes and dots interchangeably in his handwriting. Sutton had to shrink the material, but why then introduce so many bleeding chunks from letters written by Lindsay or occasionally to Lindsay, plus strangely ill-fitting paragraphs of his own interviews with a few material witnesses? Lindsay was a formidable, voluminous letter-writer, but his epistolary tone is different altogether. These letters, designed to be read, and direct speech muddy the waters of a primarily confessional text.
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If Sutton had done without all his extra insertions, had not chipped away at individual entries so casually, and had provided a proper accompanying apparatus, the book would not be such an incompetent mess. Despite everything, though, these diaries are wonderful and invaluable. McDowell, indelible star of If…. In November the NFT presented a fuller season of his films, though with few documentaries and none of his work for television.
Omission of the latter is a pity. Anderson films are never comfortable with unmodulated narrative or basic cinematic naturalism. The Old Crowd, especially, was a watershed, earning a scream of rage from critics and editors for blending touches of The Exterminating Angel into a cosy Hampstead reunion.
He took up his pen again, not least in The Spectator, writing about film and culture generally.
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Lindsay would have raised a quizzical eyebrow at the slimline guide to If… which is the latest addition to the BFI Film Classics series. Considering the frequent huge rows he had with the institution, you can be certain this would have meant another. But all this attention may mean Lindsay is a bit nearer to being understood and appreciated, despite If….
Away from Britain his originality and importance are established.
Here he is still being punished for asking rude questions and challenging smug assumptions. Lindsay never set out to be digestible, and all the evidence that he continues to sicken quite a few people would neither have surprised nor depressed him. That is clear from the Diaries. Equally, not every Anderson film is wholly successful: No film can be too personal. Perfection is not an aim.
An attitude means a style. A style means an attitude.
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Implicit in our attitude is a belief in freedom, in the importance of people and in the significance of the everyday. He never pretended to be an effortless technician or a decorative stylist in the cinema. He was a late starter who knew his limitations well.
Never Apologise a very characteristic title at last makes available in bulk a large selection, beautifully presented, of his critical writings from Plexus, who published his About John Ford 20 years ago. Paul Ryan has done the editing and also boiled down into autobiographical shape the series of taped interviews he conducted with Lindsay in early He felt most at home sharing the pressures of fellow film-makers in Poland and Czechoslovakia. Anderson went through three periods of hope created and dashed: These three phases correspond to the dramatic arc from hope to despair that marks his Mick Travis trilogy, If The diaries show how Anderson's beliefs were formed early on.
Aged 18, in his first term at Oxford, he dismisses conservatives and communists alike, and takes a dim view of what lies between, reserving his greatest hostility for liberal intellectuals. The worst thing he has to say in the s about his friend, the Italian film-maker Lorenza Mazzetti, is that she has 'the taste of a Guardian reader! Already in , a confrontation with his Wadham College room-mate concludes with the boast: His masochism was cruelly exploited by Harris who treated him with contempt, constantly humiliating him during the making of This Sporting Life and throughout the years Anderson wasted on projects for Harris such as productions of Dylan, Wuthering Heights and A Long Day's Journey.