“London in the Raw”, 1964, in colour

“Somewhere between public information film and sensationalised documentary, Arnold Louis Miller’s 1964 film London in the Raw not inadvertently captures the contradiction between the reserved nature of the English people and their conflicted attitudes towards the growing permissive society that was changing rapidly in the post-war years. It’s also an opportunity to legitimately show naked women on the screen”
- The Digital Fix

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Thank you to Simon Parr

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