From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Privilege (1967, UK) is a Rock n' Roll film directed by Peter Watkins.
- Released in 1967
- Running Time: 99 Min.
- Production Co: John Heyman/Peter Watkins Production | World Film Services | Memorial Enterprises
- Distribution Co: J. Arthur Rank Film Distributors (1967) (UK) (theatrical) | Universal Pictures (1967) (USA) (theatrical)
- Directed by Peter Watkins
- Written by Norman Bogner, Johnny Speight, Peter Watkins
- Starring Paul Jones, Jean Shrimpton, Mark London, William Job, Max Bacon
- Produced by Timothy Burrill, John Heyman, Peter Watkins, Albert Finney
- Original Music by Mike Leander
- Cinematography by Peter Suschitzky
- Film Editing by John Trumper
- ...is probably the most extraordinary film you will ever see
- Behind the screams and headlines are the manipulators...the puppet masters who pull the strings and make the pop scene work. This is the story of "Steve" - pop singer extraordinary who dared to say "I won't conform."
- The Raw, Shocking Movie Of A Pop Singer Who Makes It Big!