Though he directed only a handful of films, Lindsay Anderson was and remains one of the most radical and influential voices in all of cinema. The director of such landmark films as "This Sporting Life, If" and "O Lucky Man , " Anderson was also a highly acclaimed stage director and a brilliant, provocative critic. "Never Apologise" collects some his finest essays, including pieces on Chaplin, Welles, and John Ford; England (he was a Scot); Gielgud and Richardson; and most illuminatingly, on himself. His work may not make for comfortable reading, but his wisdom and relevance are undeniable."
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The Collected Writings