London in the Raw
A Film by Arnold L. Miller
Following on from his Take Off Your Clothes and Live, and influenced by the worldwide success of Italian ‘Mondo’ movies, legendary British low-budget movie mogul Arnold Louis Miller concocted this fascinating exploitation-style documentary.
Peering behind the grimy net curtains of London life into seedy bars and clubs, and burrowing beneath the glittering facade of the capital’s galmorous cocktail lounges and casinos, London in the Raw presents a cynical, sometimes startling vision of life in 1960s London.
- Presented in both high definition and standard definition.
- London in the Raw: Alternative cut (47 min).
- Three 1960s London ‘sketches’: Pub (Peter Davies, 1962, 16 min); Chelsea Bridge Boys (Peter Davis, Staffan Lamm, 1965, 31 min); Strip (Peter Davis, Staffan Lamm, Don DeFina, 1966, 26 min).
- Original trailer.
- Illustrated booklet with essay by controversial novelist and critic Stewart Home, biographies, recollections, contemporary review and original promotional material.
Original aspect ratio
- 2 Europe (except Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus), Middle East, Egypt, Japan, South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Greenland, French Overseas departments and territories
- B - Includes most European and Middle-Eastern countries, all of Africa, Australia and New Zealand